Bond is a dried English Ale yeast with fast fermentation.
Stouts, IPAs, Pale Ales, Brown Ales, Red Ales and Imperial Stouts
WHC Lab Bond Dried Yeast is a high-quality dried yeast that is perfect for brewing dark beers like stouts, porters, and brown ales. This yeast has a high attenuation rate and is known for producing fruity esters during fermentation, which gives your beer a unique flavour and aroma. With a pitch rate of 50-130 grams per hl of wort, this yeast is easy to use and perfect for any standard gravity brew.
This English ale yeast is a top-fermenting yeast that is typically used for brewing British-style ales. It has a fruity and estery flavour and tends to produce beers with high levels of carbonation. Bond English ale yeast is available in both dry and liquid form and can be used for both Ale and Lager fermentation.
How is English ale yeast made?
While there are many ways to make English ale yeast, one of the most common methods is to use a variant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. This particular yeast is known for its ability to produce a wide range of flavours, including fruitiness and maltiness. To make English ale yeast, brewers will often use a *starter culture* which contains all of the necessary ingredients for fermentation. Once the starter culture has been made, it can be used to inoculate a larger batch of wort (the sugar-rich liquid that is extracted from grains during brewing). After the inoculated wort has been fermented for several days, the newly generated yeast will be sufficiently active and ready to use in breweries.
What yeast does New England IPA use?
There are several different types of yeast that can be used to brew New England IPA, but the most commonly used variety is Saccharomyces cerevisiae. This type of yeast is known for its ability to produce high levels of alcohol, as well as its intense flavour profile. Other common yeasts used in New England IPA brewing include Ale Yeast and Lager Yeast. Each of these yeasts will impart different flavours and characteristics to the finished beer, so it’s important to choose the right one based on your personal preferences.
What type of yeast is used for ales?
There are many different types of yeast used for brewing ales. The most common type is Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is a top-fermenting yeast. Other types of yeast that can be used for brewing ales include Brettanomyces bruxellensis, Brettanomyces lambicus, and Pediococcus damnosus.
What is Kolsch yeast?
Kolsch yeast is a type of yeast used in the brewing of Kolsch beer. It is a hybrid yeast, meaning that it is a cross between two different species of yeast. In this case, it is a cross between ale yeast and lager yeast. This hybrid strain results in a beer that has the characteristics of both ale and lager beers.
Kolsch beer is light-bodied and lightly hopped, with a slightly sweet flavour. It is typically blonde or gold in colour and has an alcohol content of around 4%. Kolsch yeast produces very few esters (fruit flavours), which gives the beer a clean, crisp taste.
1. Technical Data
Oxygenation and/or rehydration may not be needed for generation 0 but may be beneficial.
It is recommended to have a pitch rate of at least 50g per hl of wort for a standard gravity brew (1.045). Pitch rate is between 50-130g/hl of wort.
Intended Fermentation Temperature: 18-22 degrees.
Strain: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Live Cells: >1,0E+9 CFU per gram
ABV Tolerance: 14%
Nitrogen Demand: Medium
|Beer Styles||Brown Ales, Imperial Stouts, IPAs, Pale Ales, Red Ales, Stouts|
|Weight||1 (500 g), 40 (40x500g)|