Wyeast Brewer's Choice Nutrient Blend 1.5 oz

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Wyeast Labs' proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, nitrogen compounds, zinc, and trace elements necessary for rapid and complete fermentation.

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Wyeast Brewer's Choice Nutrient Blend 1.5 oz

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Wyeast Labs' proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, nitrogen compounds, zinc, and trace elements necessary for rapid and complete fermentation. For use in yeast starters and wort to further reduce lag time, encourage consistent attenuation rates, and enhance yeast viability. Add 1/8 teaspoon per pint to starters, 1/2 teaspoon per five gallons in a batch.

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Holy Cow
All the other reviews are spot on. Over many years of brewing I've never had a krausen overflow until I used this nutrient blend.
November 11, 2012
Mandatory
Fermentation began within a few hours, and the yeast were voracious. Have never seen the Krausen layer so high, so fast...Will never brew another batch without it.
June 28, 2012
Makes a difference
Wyeast brewers choice nutrient blend makes a difference. I usually use a nutrient that goes in the primary. This goes in the boil. The Plinian Legacy I just did hit FG in less than 10 days.
July 12, 2016
Great stuff!
Gets the yeast going quickly, helps attenuation. I use it with every starter and every brew.
January 31, 2010
Red Bull for Yeast!!
I brewed a high gravity beer (1.084) for the first time and I figured a little boost might be needed to decrease the lag time. After using this product, the top of the beer had a nice 5 o'clock shadow after only 4 hours of pitching...at 6 hrs the krausen was few inches tall!! now its blowing out the blowoff tube like crazy.....its a 5 gallon batch in a 6.5 gallon carboy. I think I could have gotten away with using half of what's recommended.
December 27, 2014
A MUST FOR STRONG YEAST!
This stuff really works!, and for the small price is so worth it! I use it to make a super strong yeast starter and in the last 10 minutes of the boil, I had strong good starters and fermentations before but now it's like cranked all the way to the max! Since it's not expensive and each batch doesn't need that much (a little goes a long way) I will never brew without it!
February 28, 2016
Works Great
I have used it in two batches so far. I didn't rehydrate it but rather just added it dry to the boil because I forgot to rehydrate it. I will try rehydrating it next time. My beer was fermenting within a few hours, and by 12 hours was vigorously fermenting. I used dry yeast both times. It just seems like good insurance to keep any yeast happy.
March 13, 2011
Use It With Every Brew And Starters
I use it in my yeast starters too. Works great!
March 1, 2010
Great jump starter
I use this at end of wort boil as directed and get those Wyeast cell going... It's cheap enough and will last awhile, why not help those buggers along. Get that lag time down amap..
December 21, 2009
GREAT PRODUCT
I use this every brewday -I add half a teaspoon to the boil pot 10 mins before the end -this stuff works well with any yeast (not just wyeast). NO complaints whatsoever.
January 3, 2010
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Can this be added to boost fermentation for a Tripel in the secondary?
R O on Jan 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I�?m not a super experienced brewer you may want to try another brewer. I�?m guessing it wouldn�?t hurt the beer or the yeast or anything but yeast feed on the fermentable sugars which are typically fermented fast when you first pitch your yeast into the wort. Seeing how most of the sugars are fermented I wouldn�?t see you getting much fermentation. Secondaries are typically to get the beer off the yeast cake and to let it condition a while longer from what I understand.
if i get this will i still need yeast energizer
W O on Apr 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The nutrient does not take the place of energizer in a recipe. Energizer should not be required in a beer anyway and if you use this specific beer-targeted nutrient that should be all that is needed. Refer to your recipes though.

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