Dry Yeast for Ales
We recommend pitching a minumum of 10 grams of dry yeast for a 5 gallon batch of beer or wine.
Muntons Ale 6 grams
Starts quick. Produces some fruity esters. Attenuative. Fair to good reputation. It is reported that a phenolic taste is no longer a problem due to some strain changes.
item #3006 the price $2.00
Nottingham Ale 11 grams
This yeast is remarkable for its high degree of flocculation. It settles out very quickly and firmly. Very good reputation. Quick fermentation at 62° F. It's very clean and only very slightly fruity in the keg, but tastes/smells nutty in the bottled version. Nottingham appears to be relatively attenuative (more so than the Coopers). Fermentation range: 65-73° F
item #3008 the price $3.95
Windsor Ale 11 grams
Produces a beer which is clean and well balanced. This yeast produces an ale which is estery to both palate and nose with a slight fresh yeast flavor. Very good reputation. Not as quick as the Nottingham. Definite banana smell at racking This yeast originates in England and produces a full-bodied, fruity English ale. Fermentation range: 65-73° F
item #3010 the price $3.95
Fermentis Safale US-05 11.5 grams
Name changed from US-56, but same great yeast.
Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), rehydrating agent
A ready-to-pitch dry American ale yeast. Safale US-05 produces well balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp end palate. Sedimentation: low to medium. Final gravity: medium.
item #3020 the price $4.00
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