Belgian Yeast Blend *BETA*

(1 customer review)

$10.00

BBXBELG – Belgian Yeast Blend *BETA*

Availability: Limited, Bootleg BETA. This is potentially a one-time only release based on response.

A unique blend of Belgian yeast designed for Abbey-style or Strong Belgian ales.

Creates a uniquely balanced flavor profile that delicately mixes classic Belgian spice and rich, stone fruit flavors. This is the first time this blend has been commercially available.

Ordering Information:

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Description

Catalog: BBXBELG – Belgian Yeast Blend *BETA*

Brewing Info*:

  • Type:  Blend ofSaccharomyces yeast cultures (non-STA1)
  • Pitching Rate: Directly pitchable into 5 gallons of 1.050 or lower wort
  • Estimated Attenuation: Low to mid 70s AA%
  • Estimated Final pH: TBD
  • Flavor/Aroma Profile: Light phenolic flavor with dark fruit esters typical of Belgian-type yeast.
  • Flocculation: Low to Medium
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: Mid 60F to low 70F

* Performance information subject to change due to ongoing testing.

Product Category: Bootleg BETA

This culture is part of our Bootleg BETA program. We have done limited testing and are not ready to officially release this culture. So let us know what you think! If it’s awesome…or you hate it..leave a comment on the product page. If you like it, we might rerelease this Bootleg BETA culture officially.

Additional information

Weight.1875 lbs
Dimensions5 × .5 × 8 in

1 review for Belgian Yeast Blend *BETA*

  1. Nick Turney (verified owner)

    I got a recipe from a homebrew store a number of years ago based on a sample they offered me, a Belgian Abbey Ale they called it. For 5 gallons, it’s 7.5 lb pilsner malt, 1.5 lb wheat malt, Czech Saaz/13.5 IBU at 60 and 3.5 IBU at 15. I was using Wyeast 1762 for this beer, and fermenting at 74 degrees. Thought this would be nice way to see what this BB yeast would do as an alternative. Fermented at 74 like I was doing in previous batches with the other yeast. It turned out great! Quite a bit of banana in the nose, but none really in the taste. Pleasant Belgian character going otherwise. I’d use this yeast again. Beer started at 1.047 on 5/25 and finished at 1.006 on 6/4.

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