Yeast Bank

This page will contain the information on my yeast bank strains and will be updated as more microorganisms are added. Organisms isolated from commercial beers, fruits, grain etc. rather than purchased as pure cultures will be recorded as “Organism X1, X2, X3 – source” and so on because I can’t fully characterize the wild bugs in my apartment.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae:

Going to take a while to sift through the tubes and catalogue everything. Stay tuned.

WY 3711 – French Saison

WY 3726 – Farmhouse Ale

WY 3725 – Biere de Garde

WY 3068 – Weihenstephan Weizen

WY 3854 – Canadian/Belgian

WY 3655 – Belgian Schelde

WY 3787 – Trappist

WY 1762 – Belgian Abbey II

Netebuk – recultured from bottle

Delirium – recultured from bottle

Saison Dupont – recultured from bottle

Hof Ten Dormaal – recultured from bottle

WY 1882 – Thames Valley II

WY 1026 – British Cask Ale

WY 1084 – Irish Ale

WY 1882 – Thamse Valley II

WY 1275 – Thamse Valley

WY 3191 – Berliner Blend

WY 2206 – Bavarian Lager

WY 2487 – Hella Bock

WY 4134 – Sake #9

WY 9097 – Old Ale

Brettanomyces:

Brettanomyces bruxellensis

Brettanomyces X1 – suspected Brettanomyces anomalus

Brettanomyces C1 – Cantillon Iris (2007)

Brettanomyces C2 – Cantillon Iris (2007)

Brettanomyces C3 – Cantillon Iris (2007)

Bacteria:

WY Lactobacillus delbrueckii

Dregs that I haven’t purified yet:

“De Lente” – mix of saison yeast and brettanomyces

Alvinne – very tasty beers

13th Century Gruit – damn tasty brew!

Rose petal + hibiscus saison – got from one of the fellas at a homebrew meet-up. Should have some interesting Lactobacillus strain in it (possibly L. brevis)

Troll Shangrila Fumè

New Glarus – got dregs from a whole lineup of their beers

2 thoughts on “Yeast Bank

  1. I am not sure why it took me so long to find your blog. This is great stuff and it looks like I have hours of reading ahead of me.

    I think it is great what you are doing here. I have been collecting yeast samples from dregs for a while. I would be up for a trade of some of your souring bugs. Check out my website
    http://jeffreycrane.blogspot.com/p/beer-recipes.html

    Give me an email if you are interested. I’ll try to put together a complete list. (Incentive: I do have the Drie Brett strain(s) that my friend gave to White Labs last summer)

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