THE RIGHT BREWER’S YEAST FOR FRUITY & SPICY BEER
Specialty brewer’s yeast selected for its strong fermentation character, intense fruity and phenolic flavors – especially banana, clove and peppery notes. Suitable for a great variety of wheat-base beers and fruity-spicy oriented styles. Yeast with a medium sedimentation: forms no clumps but a powdery haze when resuspended in the beer.
- Fermentation Temperature: 59–68F
- Attenuation: 72–78%
- Alcohol Tolerance: 9-11%
Perfect strain to ferment:
- Farmhouse Style Ales
- Trappist Single
- Specialty Fruited Ales
- Belgian Triple
TAKE IT EASY, TAKE E2U™
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.
SAVE TIME. GET COMFORT. ACT GREEN.
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SafAle T-58 Ale Dry Yeast
MIDWEST supplies is a home brewer's paradise. Not only are the yeasts great, but everythingI have every purchased from them has been of the highest quality.
I've used this to re-start secondary fermentation when another yeast quits too soon. I've also used it to ensure healthy yeast in a high-strength beer before bottle conditioning. It has always given good results. It gives a clean, classic Belgian character and the flavors blend well with other Belgian ale yeasts. It is also very simple to use; just sprinkle it on top of the beer or wort and you're done.
I'd never used a dry Belgian yeast so wanted to give thirs a spin. I used it in a Belgian and it was pretty good but not as good as liquid Belgian yeasts, so i wont us eit again.
I like to save money where I can and this yeast makes a pretty good Belgian beer for a third the price of the liquid yeast. I've made 3 different Belgian ales with this yeast and all have a nice taste and aroma from the yeast.