Wyeast 1056 American Ale Yeast

  • Wyeast 1056 American Ale Yeast

Wyeast 1056 American Ale Yeast

SKU Y1056

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$7.49

Product Details

Activate this Wyeast packet and in just 4-5 hours it will be ready to pitch. Ferments batches quickly. Very popular ale strain also known as the "Chico Strain". A definite step-up from dry yeast, this worthy investment creates a full flavor profile and allows the malt and hop character to dominate for a variety of beer styles.
  • Pure pitchable yeast for brewing
  • 100 billion yeast cells
  • For use with 5-gallon wort
  • Crisp flavor with low fruitness and mild ester production
  • Slightly citrus like with cool (60-66F, 15-19C) fermentation temperatures
  • Flocculation improves with dark malts in grain bill
  • Normally requires filtration for bright beers
  • DE or pad filtration recommended
Styles: Amber, Brown, APA, IPA, IIPA, Barleywine, RIS Keep refrigerated. Do not freeze.

Additional Information

SKU Y1056
Yeast Style American Ale
Yeast Format Liquid
Flocculation Low-Medium
Min Attenuation

73

Max Attenuation

77

Min Fermenting Temp

60

Max Fermenting Temp

72

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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K.E.H.

1 x Wyeast 1056 American Ale Yeast

M
M.H.
Excellent results

Extremely active yeast, great flavor

E
E.M.A.
Maybe Ok

Probably a good product but when I got it the pouch was already activated. I tried contacting Midwest by text and they never got back to me. I pitched it anyway and I think it will turn out alright I’m just disappointed with the customer service I didn’t get.

R
R.M.
Wyeast

I had never used liquid yeast before. Chill pack was melted when it arrived. Not sure I would select it again during warm months.

H
H.D.
It's my go-to yeast

I have made about 20 batches of extract based beer using this yeast. Super consistent, quick starting, and the final bottled beer is consistently crystal clear with minimal sediment.

I compared two batches, one with California lager yeast 2112, the second with this ale yeast. The recipes were the same. The lager yeast was much slower to kick off, and had me concerned. Final product was indistinguishable.