Tropical Paradise-Fresh Yeast Pouch
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A new IPA yeast for our portfolio, the lower attenuation and very high glycerol production produces beers with a high amount of body and fullness. If your looking for a thick IPA this is the yeast for you. This yeast has been selected for improved biotransformation, ester production above other strains selected for NE styles such as London Three, Vermont etc. In bench top trials this yeast has displayed the highest biotransformation we have ever seen from a yeast strain. This strain has very good haze stability.Tasting notes for this yeast include Pineapple, Mango, Apricot and Peach.
This yeast is the perfect for the production of session IPA styles.
Please note pitch sizes are for standard gravity wort. For starting gravity above 1.065 please order double the pouches, for gravity above 1.080 order triple the amount of yeast.
Strain: Saccharomyces cerevisiae
ABV Tolerance: 9%
Nitrogen Demand: Medium
Brown Ales, Imperial Stouts, NEIPAs, Pale Ales, Stouts, West Coast IPAs
Vermont, Conan, Burlington, Barbarian
Fresh Yeast Pouch (10hl)
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