1214 Belgian Ale Yeast

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  • Price: $7.99
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In stock, will ship on Monday, January 30

Abby-style top fermenting yeast, estery, suitable for high gravity beers. Medium flocculation, attenuation: 72-76%. Ideal temperature range: 58-68°F.
Average rating 7.5 out of 10 ( based on 4 reviews )

Arrived dead

Review by Bill on 8/11/2018

Smacked pack and waited...never swelled. Made a big starter using standard measure of dma, provided lots provided plenty of O2, waited. Waited a long time. Not a bubble...no signs of ferment. Bag was deader than Caesar. William's Responds: This was shipped via ground delivery without a warranty box. We highly recommend purchasing an optional Yeast Warranty Box in the Summer when temperatures are hot, as hot temperatures can kill yeast. With a Yeast Warranty Box, we ship your yeast separately via Priority Mail, in a foam insulated box with a 1.5 pound ice pack.

1214 Belgian Ale Yeast

Review by Mike A on 2/1/2018

As with all Williams kits they strive for authenticity in the beer style. Belgian Ale Yeast was recommended for the Golden Ale Mashing Kit and the results were awesome. A starter is always a good way to go with any liquid yeast to ensure a good fermentation. Highly recommended!!!!

Slow starter, but eventually takes off

Review by John Vossler on 2/13/2017

The smack pack was slow to take off. It took about 24 hours for the pack to show signs of swelling. Then it took off quickly. Once it was pitched it exhibited the same behavior, a slow start and came on strong after about 24 hours. I don't have a final result as it is still in the secondary fermentor.

Super quality yeast

Review by Derrell C. M. on 6/7/2010

Pros: Just wanted to praise the quality of wyeast in general, I recently brewed a batch of Belgium style ale. I had a package of this yeast in the fridge, the date was july2007! i thought it cant possibly still be good but i warmed it up ,popped the inner pouch and in three days the pack was swollen tight ready to use! I was amazed! Thanks for such high quality products. Williams is all I use!

Cons: none!

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