Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey Ale Yeast

  • Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey Ale Yeast pouch

Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey Ale Yeast

SKU Y1214

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$9.99

Product Details

Abbey-style top-fermenting yeast, suitable for high-gravity beers. Estery, great complexity with very good alcohol tolerance.
Activator packs do not require the use of a yeast starter. Abbey-style top-fermenting yeast, suitable for high-gravity beers. Estery, great complexity with very good alcohol tolerance. This strain can be slow to start.

Wyeast Belgian Ale 1214 and Belgian Strong Ale 1388 are typically slow starters, often taking closer to 36 hours to show some inflation in the smack pack. We highly recommend using a yeast starter with these strains as the lag time to begin fermentation is typically longer than other strains​.

Additional Information

SKU Y1214
Yeast Style Belgian Ale
Yeast Format Liquid
Flocculation Low-Medium
Min Attenuation 73
Max Attenuation 77
Min Fermenting Temp 68
Max Fermenting Temp 78

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
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Steven N.

Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey Ale Yeast

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John C.
My Belgian Dubbel yeast

This yeast makes an awesome Belgian Dubbel!!!

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Ted M.
Great Yeast!

I had two packs of this yeast that stayed on a UPS truck for 5 days in 85 degree weather over Memorial Day weekend. Both were still OK

J
Jeffrey T.
Imperial Russian Stout

I have used this yeast for many years for my extra strong ales, because it has high tolerance for alcohol. After I transfer to a carboy, I finish with a wine yeast.
it works well at basement temperatures.

T
Tom S.
Good stuff

Started slow but eventually got going and worked great.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Steven N.

Wyeast 1214 Belgian Abbey Ale Yeast

J
John C.
My Belgian Dubbel yeast

This yeast makes an awesome Belgian Dubbel!!!

T
Ted M.
Great Yeast!

I had two packs of this yeast that stayed on a UPS truck for 5 days in 85 degree weather over Memorial Day weekend. Both were still OK

J
Jeffrey T.
Imperial Russian Stout

I have used this yeast for many years for my extra strong ales, because it has high tolerance for alcohol. After I transfer to a carboy, I finish with a wine yeast.
it works well at basement temperatures.

T
Tom S.
Good stuff

Started slow but eventually got going and worked great.