WLP320 American Hefeweizen Ale - White Labs Yeast

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  • WLP320 American Hefeweizen Ale - White Labs Yeast

WLP320 American Hefeweizen Ale - White Labs Yeast

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SKU YP320

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$9,999.99

Product Details

This yeast is used to produce Oregon style Hefeweizen, which is characterized by yeast in suspension but clean flavors. Unlike WL300, this yeast does not produce the banana and clove notes. It produces some sulfur, but is otherwise a clean fermenting yeast which does not flocculate well, producing a cloudy beer.

Additional Information

SKU YP320
Yeast Style American Ale
Yeast Format Liquid
Flocculation Low
Min Attenuation 70
Max Attenuation 75
Min Fermenting Temp 65
Max Fermenting Temp 69

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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H
H.L.
Excellent as always

This year for Xmas was the purchase of a wine kit. We've bought beer and wine kits forever from Midwest. Fast mailing as usual - considering I was late getting started this season. Always superior service and merchandise. Wouldn't go in where else for our brewing needs. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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H.
Good for wheat beers without all the tastes and smells

I may be in the minority, but I like wheat beers without all the fruit esters like bubble gum. This is the bets yeast I've come across for making wheat beers that let the wheat taste come through without the distraction of the other flavors._x000D_To deal with the cloudiness I cold crash before kegging and then drain the first pint after its kegged and settled. The beer still isn't clear because of the wheat proteins but the yeast flavor is gone.

J
J.
Starts out strong

When I pitched it from a two liter starter with nutrients it started bubbling away that night. I reached final gravity a week later, and gave it a couple of weeks in the secondary, but it still hadn't cleared. I finally used Isinglass and cleared it up, kegged it, and now have a very good Hefeweizen.

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S.
For Hefeweizen, but not for traditional wheat beers

Its good in a Hefeweizen. But it doesn't produce the banana and clove flavors so you wont want to use it in a traditional wheat beer. It's neutral tasting, and requires extended ageing and fining to clear. I rack to a better bottle and add Gelatin to get rid of the yeast that wont settle.

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L.
makes a good Hefeweizen

I made a starter and it was bubbling away that night. It kept up for a couple of days and was finished. I like the taste, it doesn't have the typical banana aroma and taste of some wheat beers. Its a nice clean taste that lets the base grains shine through. I used Super Irish Moss and Isinglass to get it to clear because it was still cloudy after sitting for a month in the secondary.