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levifunk
06/19/13 05:10 PM  
Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Brandon at EmbraceTheFunk.com and I have put together a Brett Strain Guide. It lists all the strains we know of, their taxonomy, source, and flavor/aroma profile. Hopefully this is helpful to some of you and clears some confusion surrounding the relationship between strains.

http://funkfactorybrewing.blogspot.com/2013/06/brett-strain-guide.html

A big thank you to Al Buck for helping with this.

levifunk
06/19/13 05:50 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Here is Brandon's thank you to those that helped:

http://embracethefunk.com/2013/06/19/savoring-the-experience/

Luke
06/19/13 10:13 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Awesome! But I must ask, "isolated from Dr. Pepper"?!
Brandon
06/20/13 12:45 AM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Isolated from a batch gone wrong about 30 years ago I believe
CASK1
06/20/13 08:23 AM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Great job and an excellent resource. Thanks!
Gabe H
06/20/13 12:25 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Well done, thanks.
Luke
06/20/13 10:32 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
OK, wow! B. naardenensis was originally isolated from a bad batch of Dr. Pepper. How did it end up in Al B's hands?
Brandon
06/21/13 03:27 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
@Luke-

I can't speak to how Al got it...but here is a little public history on it.

Jong SC, Lee FL. The new species Dekkera naardenensis, teleomorph of Brettanomyces naardenensis. Mycotaxon 25: 147-152, 1986.

Kolfschoten GA, Yarrow D. Brettanomyces naardenensis, a new yeast from soft drinks. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 36: 458-460, 1970

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?cmd=Retrieve&list_uids=5312520&dopt=AbstractPlus

Smokinghole
06/21/13 04:00 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
He probably got it from one of the multiple culture libraries that sell cultures. NCYC is one that comes to mind and 4 or so entries for B. naardenesis however none of them are specifically saying isolated from Dr. Pepper.
Luke
06/21/13 08:19 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Great info guys. Thanks for forgiving my indolence and indulging my curiosity.
Al B
06/22/13 10:57 AM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Sensory profiles for ECY strains will be filled as info is obtained. They are quite new to brewing obviously. They were obtained from a specific cell bank, mostly due to a contaminated batch of soft drink or lemonade or beer.

A batch of Brett Naardenensis brew will be pouring at the NHC.

Olof
07/03/13 02:39 AM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Hi, great list!

Is there any more information about where Nanus comes from?

notzj1701
10/12/13 02:17 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Nanus came from kefir.
notzj1701
10/12/13 02:25 PM  
Re: Brettanomyces Strain Guide
Whoops! I was thinking of lactobacillus brevis, which came from kefir. Brett nanus, according to the chart levi made, came from a beer from kalmar, sweeden.
 
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