Saccharomyces Cerevisiae var. Bayanus. Yeast specially selected for its ability to ferment wines at low temperatures. Produces wines with a fruity character when slowly fermented at 13-17 °C. Ferments at temperatures starting at 8 °C!
LalBrew London is a true English ale strain selected for reliable fermentation performance and moderate ester production that lets the flavors and aromas of malt and hops shine through.
Mauribrew Lager 497 produces excellent classic Lager characteristics, especially when fermented at 12°C. Best results are achieved with an extended lagering period for flavor and aroma development. At 20°C, Mauribrew Lager 497 enhances the fruity-floral character of Ale, with a clean Lager like profile.
With a mild fruit and floral aroma this strain has a very dry and clean palate with a full mouthfeel and nice subtle malt character. It has a very clean and neutral finish.
Our most popular lager yeast, this strain is one of the most widely used lager strains in the world. It can be used in almost any lager style and tends to produce clean and crisp beers with some accentuation of hop characteristics.
This strain of non-conventional brewing yeast is a maltose negative strain of yeast ideal for low alcohol beers. This species does not ferment maltose or other larger sugars and will only ferment the glucose, sucrose, and fructose.
Originally isolated from strong English stock beer in the early 20th century, this yeast has low-intensity Brettanomyces character and is closely related to Brettanomyces anomalus. This strain produces fruity, pineapple-like aroma with an earthy hay-like background aroma and aroma note.
The vrai (“true” in French) Brettanomyces bruxellensis Trois. This infamous strain should be used for primary fermentations due to its ability to highly attenuate. It has a robust, complex sour character with aromas of pear.
A classic strain used for secondary fermentation in Belgian-style beers such as lambics. It creates a medium-intensity, earth-forward character in finished beer. A historic brewery in Belgium uses this yeast in secondary fermentation and bottling to produce the signature flavor of its beer.
This yeast produces a high intensity of the traditional Brettanomyces characters — horsey, smoky and spicy flavors — in beer. As the name suggests, this strain is found most often in lambic style beers but is also commonly found in Flanders and sour brown ales.
This is a rod-shaped Lactobacillus bacteria used for souring beers through either traditional or kettle souring techniques. This strain typically produces more lactic acid than strains like WLP677 Lactobacillus delbrueckii, making it an ideal addition to any sour program. Recommended usage is below 107°F (40°C).
WildBrew Sour Pitch is a ready-to-use, high-performance, and high-purity lactic acid bacteria specifically selected for its ability to produce a wide range of sour beer styles. WildBrew Sour Pitch produces a clean and balanced citrus flavour profile typical of both traditional and modern sour beer styles.
The Lactobacillus Blend is comprised of three strains, one strain of Lactobacillus plantarum and two strains of Lactobacillus brevis. One of the strains of L. brevis was isolated from an unintentionally sour hoppy blonde ale from a Mexican craft brewery, and exhibits strong hop tolerance (15-20 IBU).
This lactic acid bacteria produces moderate levels of acidity and sour flavors found in lambics, Berliner Weisse, sour brown ales and gueuze.
A Lactobacillus brevis and plantarum blend that is clean and reliable with a wide temperature range. The plantarum, isolated in collaboration with Marz Community Brewing, sours efficiently at lower temperatures. Maximum souring develops typically within 48 hours with no need to hold high temperatures as it is efficient at the lower end of its range.