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Safcider (5g)

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SKU# Y027

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Fermentis Safcider, selected from the Champagne region, can be used for all types of ciders, even under difficult fermentation conditions. This cider yeast works at a wide temperature range between 10-30°C (50-86°F) with ideal temperatures between 18-24°C (64-75°F). Works at low pH from 3.3. Low nitrogen requirements: from 150ppm of Yeast Available Nitrogen. Maximum SO2 level : 70mg/L. Very good assimilation of fructose. Highly flocculant.
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Safcider (5g)

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Fermentis Safcider, selected from the Champagne region, can be used for all types of ciders, even under difficult fermentation conditions. This cider yeast works at a wide temperature range between 10-30°C (50-86°F) with ideal temperatures between 18-24°C (64-75°F). Works at low pH from 3.3. Low nitrogen requirements: from 150ppm of Yeast Available Nitrogen. Maximum SO2 level : 70mg/L. Very good assimilation of fructose. Highly flocculant.
Additional Information
Permanent Stock Message No
Temporary Stock Message No
Yeast Format Dry
Yeast Style No
Min Fermenting Temp 50
Max Fermenting Temp 86
Flocculation High
Min Attenuation % No
Max Attenuation % No
Reviews
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Safcider went right to work
Safcider went right to work - very good and fresh yeast - can't wait to try the cider!
September 28, 2016
Safcider
1 pkg converted 5.5 gallons of cider to 1.000
September 7, 2016
Produced s dry cider just like I wanted. I liked the wide range of temperature and alcohol content this yeast could withstand.
June 5, 2017
Purchased
3 months ago
Mehh yeast
I was expecting some difference in this yeast rather than my go to cider yeast which is Nottingham. Now, I'll be the first to admit that my palate is far from superb, but I really couldn't tell the difference between the two. Also, this seemed to get off to a slower start than Nottingham, so there was a good 24-36 hours of handwringing while waiting for my airlock to bubble. BTW, I use Graham's English Cider recipe as found on homebrewtalk, which has been a great, simple recipe with great results.
December 16, 2016
Purchased
11 months ago
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