Fruit and complex esters will increase when fermentation temperatures are above 64°F.
Probably the most well known strain for producing classic stouts, this is a popular choice for many dark beers and high gravity beers. Beers fermented in the lower temperature range produce a dry, crisp profile with subtle fruitiness. Fruit and complex esters will increase when fermentation temperatures are above 64°F.
|Yeast Style||British Ale|
|Min Fermenting Temp||62|
|Max Fermenting Temp||72|
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Found it easy to use , as a starting brewer , my first five gallon batch only my 3rd ever , the product turned out Great ( I used for a Irish Stout for gifts ) the flavor was intense, and people wanted more than I gave them , I had to say I had no more ! I found it more effective than dry yeast & it worked more efficient, with the COVID-19 Lock down in my state I better order some more ingredients to keep busy !
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Pure taste with no bite