Wheat Ale

One of my hobbies is brewing beer at home. I am contantly on a quest for the ultimate wheat ale! I have been able to nearly clone the taste of Boulevard Wheat in the bottle. Too bad Boulevard is best out of a keg: I have to get kegging equipment before I can make sure it taste as good as kegged Boulevard! They have the best tasting yeast I have found. Wyeast's American Ale yeast seems to very similar to whatever Boulevard uses. I have been using it lately to brew my wheat ales.

Anyone have any luck getting the yeast in the bottom of a store-bought bottle of Boulevard Wheat to come back to life? I've tried a couple of times and have not been able to get anything to happen with it.
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Comfortably Anonymous
5/17/2001 10:51:50 AM
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