Primary to Secondary, yes/no, pro/cons

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canuck22 wrote:Using the yeast that came with the can

I've never made a can before. Does the packages say what kind of yeast it is??
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SeanGodd wrote:
canuck22 wrote:Using the yeast that came with the can

I've never made a can before. Does the packages say what kind of yeast it is??
Cant recall, threw the wrapper away.

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It's almost definitely an ale yeast. I'm not aware of any of the "pre-hopped extract kit can" manufacturer's using actual lager yeast.

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kombat wrote:It's almost definitely an ale yeast. I'm not aware of any of the "pre-hopped extract kit can" manufacturer's using actual lager yeast.
This is what I thought too. I've never brewed one though so was just checking.
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