THE IDEAL SOLUTION FOR BELGIAN STRONG ALES
Active dry brewer’s yeast recommended to ferment a diversity of Belgian type beers such as abbey-style known for its fruitiness and high alcohol content. It ferments very fast and reveals strong fermentation aromas. A fast fermenter, BE-256 is also tolerant of the higher alcohol levels found in many Belgian style ales.
*Formerly called Safbrew Abbaye Dry Brewing Yeast
- Fermentation Temperature: 59–68F
- Attenuation: 82–86%
- Alcohol Tolerance: 9-11%
Perfect strain to ferment:
- Belgian Blond
- Trappist Single
- Belgian Dubbel
- Belgian Dark Strong
- Belgian Quad
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Till now, in the beer world, you had to take great care of yeasts prior to pitching. You had to rehydrate and acclimatize them while watching water and must temperature carefully.
With E2U™ active dry yeasts, you can pitch directly or rehydrate; depending on your equipment, habits, and feelings. Fermentis offers you the opportunity to make your life easier and eventually contribute to sustainability by saving water and energy. Any process you choose, we will be happy to ensure you the highest standards of quality, productivity, and security.
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Belgian tripel (OG 1.085, FG 1.007). Banana bubblegum notes are most prominent (64 ramp to 70 fermentation).
I also use it on Stout, gives it a distinct somewhat "dry" taste with a Belgian touch. In the UK they'd have stripped me of citizenship for that :-)
Usually I go three generations by harvesting the trub. Most of the trub goes into a bread though.
Good strain for all ales especially high ABV. Keep a pack or two around.
I tried the Safbrew Abbaye dry yeast almost a year ago and followed the instructions on the packet (i.e. just sprinkle it on the wort) and I ended up with some weird plastic notes in a belgian recipe that I had brewed many times with liquid yeast. Since dry yeast is so convenient I thought I would give it another shot, but this time I rehydrated it (85-90F) and used it in a honey tripel. The results were really very good and am looking forward to using this in a belgian quad.
Used it on the Trappist Ale today. Should be fine.