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>From homebrewing experience, you may have the best overall luck by going to a brewing supply place and getting some ale and some lager yeasts. The lager ferments at a lower temperature, ale at a higher temp. In fact, to really brew lagers, you use a fridge set at the highest temp setting to keep it below room temp. So you might use a mix of the two types. And get some yeast nutrient while you're at it, it should make the culture last longer. I have yet to try CO2, but when I get around to it, I am going to try this.
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