High attenuation lager yeast for crisp beers. It has an attenuation of 80-90% which enables it to make an amazing malt-forward beer. Moreover, minimal sulphuric smells and fast fermentation rates makes it ideal for first-time lager brewers.
Fermentation Temperature 10-15C, 10% ABV & 80-90% attenuation.
It has a very high flocculation which is ideal for crystal clear beer pours. Ideal for those who want to achieve a perfect Instagram picture of their home brew beer.
Please note that it is a bottom-fermenting yeast. Hence wort oxygenation & precise fermentation temperatures are essential to get the best results.
For a detailed spec sheet and instructions manual please refer to this document. Arishtam Sells dry yeast which are better suited for the Indian climate and safe storage/transportation. Unlike wet yeast, there is no need for buying ice packs or risking the packet bursting. The packs contain ≥6.0*10^9 cfu/g.
The ideal dosage is: 0.50 to 1 g/l. However, don’t forget to hydrate the yeast and make a starter culture for a quick lager. For detailed steps on lager making process, do review our free video tutorials.
Perfect strain to ferment:
- Oktoberfests / Marzens
- Munich Helles
- Vienna Lagers
- Pils or Pilsner style lagers
- Baltic Porter
- International Dark Lagers
- Maibocks (Helles Bock)
- International Pale Lagers
- International Amber Lagers
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I am first timer should i start with pilsner or ale
you can use BF16 to make a true lager or you can use a kveik yeast to make lager at room temperature
The yeast works good with other samples. I’ve had an amalgam of sorts of a few different yeasts for the past year, i added it to the wort by day 4. The result came out really good, the texture of the beer was crisp, smooth and the flavors came out to be similar to an IPA.
looking forward to use it
akash do keep us posted with your result