Omega Yeast Tropical IPA

$8.99

SKU# OYL200

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A unique strain formerly classified as Brettanomyces but since found to be Saccharomyces. Produces a beer with tropical fruit characteristics of mango and pineapple, adding another dimension to the hops in your own Tropical IPA recipes. Can also be used to produce effervescence when bottle-conditioning. A distinctive yeast that will help your IPA stand out from the crowd.
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A unique strain formerly classified as Brettanomyces but since found to be Saccharomyces. Produces a beer with tropical fruit characteristics of mango and pineapple, adding another dimension to the hops in your own Tropical IPA recipes. Can also be used to produce effervescence when bottle-conditioning. A distinctive yeast that will help your IPA stand out from the crowd.
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Yeast FormatLiquid
Yeast StyleIPA Ale Yeast
Min Fermenting Temp75
Max Fermenting Temp85
FlocculationLow
Min Attenuation %85
Max Attenuation %No
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Great flavor.
I just bottled the first ipa I made with this yeast. I have made dozens of ipas and this one I think is gonna be the best. Poured myself a glass right out of the bottling bucket, so it was warm and flat, but the flavor was amazing. I don't know if I'll ever use any other yeast for ipas again.
February 13, 2017
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2 months ago
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Since this is a Brett/Sacc strain, do I need to have separate equipment for fermenting with it so I do not contaminate other beers? Not entirely sure if this is considered a "sour beer" strain or not...
John U on Jan 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This is a Sacc strain and contains zero Brett. As long as you have good sanitation techniques, you shouldn't have a problem. This yeast produces fantastic tropical/citrus notes (great for ales, IPAs, especially NEIPAs) but by no means makes a sour beer. I used it for a Galaxy IPA, fermented at 75F, and had amazing results. High attenuation - 1.060 all the way down to 1.006! The end result was a hazy, juicy, hop bomb. The grapefruit, mango, and pineapple notes really pop. If this is what you're looking for this yeast is for you. If you are looking to make a sour beer with Brett-like qualities, you will be disappointed.
Is this the same strain as WLP644?
Greg S on Jan 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Omega does state that it is comparable to yp644. It likely must be from the same source, it is also listed as a unique strain formerly classified as Brett and since proven to be a brux-like saccharomyces.
Since this was thought to be Brett, but is Sacc... should I have separate fermentation vessels and equipment for handling the beer? I don't want to cross contaminate my normal ales.
A shopper on Jan 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This strain is actually a sacc yeast and so you do not need separate equipment. Just be sure to clean and sanitize as normal and you will have nothing to worry about.

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