Saflager S-189

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SKU# Y026

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Fermentis Saflager S-189 originated from the Hürlimann brewery in Switzerland. This lager strain’s attenuation profile allows to brew a wide range of lager and pilsen beers. This lager yeast works at a wide temperature range between 9-22°C (48.2-71.6°F) but ideally between 12-15°C (53.6-59°F). Highly flocculant.
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Saflager S-189 dry yeast for brewing beer

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Fermentis Saflager S-189 originated from the Hürlimann brewery in Switzerland. This lager strain’s attenuation profile allows to brew a wide range of lager and pilsen beers. This lager yeast works at a wide temperature range between 9-22°C (48.2-71.6°F) but ideally between 12-15°C (53.6-59°F). Highly flocculant.
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Yeast FormatDry
Yeast StyleLager
Min Fermenting Temp48
Max Fermenting Temp71
FlocculationHigh
Min Attenuation %No
Max Attenuation %No
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Great yeast for summer
The summers get crazy hot here in the Central Valley of California, so I’ve been opting for dry yeast during the summer months out of concern about the yeast getting heated during shipping and have been very pleased with the results. Having brewed several recipes with both liquid (Wyeast and White Labs) and Saflager dry yeast, I can’t really say I can taste a difference. I always do a starter but there is very little lag time between pitching and fermentation. Another definite advantage to the dry yeast is that it has a much longer shelf life (kept in fridge, of course) than liquid yeast.
June 29, 2016
Awesome Yeast
I used this yeast twice this past winter and look forward to using it again. I used it for two different IPLs of some girthy ABV. Great Attenuation, great fermenting, neutral and let the hops (one a mozaic focus, other citra focus) really shine. Fermented at 50-55 and lagered in the high 40's.
October 4, 2016
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