You can keep yeast alive for a long time so you don't need to purchase it
very often. There is quite lot of information about storing brewers yeast
in the brewery (http://www.FoundCollection.com/).
I order my yeast routinely from abroad. I live in Finland, we have
homebrew shops but selection is poor. If you live in europe brouwland
(http://www.FoundCollection.com/) is nice place to shop.
Remember, wine was made with wild yeast just a few centuries ago.
Wild yeast has its own challenges and pitfalls, but between the two, you'll
be more likely to end up with something that still tastes like wine.
after all, before winemakers started coming up with cultured yeast, EVERYONE
who made wine for thousands of years before that, let it ferment on wild
Can't be all bad, right?
In the absence of cultured yeast your wine will still make itself. I think
it will still taste better than with bread yeast.
> What if i use Baker's yeast instead of Wine yeast ?
> i know that you say "buy wine yeast, it's cheap"; but in my country
> don't sale wine equipments , even air lock and other things.
> i can only find bread yeast.
> will be very bad ? or the result will be same as wine yeast?
14. Baker's yeast