Dry Beer Yeast
ATTENTION, HOMEBREWERS: This isn’t your grandfather’s Dry Yeast! Thanks to huge advances in the growing and processing of yeast strains, today’s dry yeast pack all the punch of liquid yeasts in a more stable, affordable package, with a much longer shelf life. Plus, dehydrated yeast cells remain best-in-class when it comes to handling extreme temperature fluctuations without missing a beat.
Only select yeast strains can withstand the dehydration process, and we’re proud to offer a proven assortment of over 20 Lallemand and Fermentis dry yeast options, including Danstar yeast and SafAle™ and SafLager™ strain varieties. Fermentis E2U™ (Easy 2 Use) designation on all SafAle™ and SafLager™ strains states, these adaptable yeasts can be pitched directly into your wort, without the need for yeast rehydration.
Though dry yeast manufacturers put yeast cell counts at a minimum of 55-66 billion cells per standard dry yeast sachet, our brewmasters and the brewing industry's experience estimates the true number to be between 88-198 billion cells per standard packet. With progress like this, no wonder Dry Yeast remains the brew day workhorse used by millions of homebrewers worldwide.
Medium attenuation, low flocculation. Good all-purpose ale yeast. Optimum temp: 57°-77° F
A yeast strain designed to ensure adequate carbonation in kegs, casks, or bottles.A saccaharomyces cerevisiae yeast culture specifically chosen for...View full details
This distiller yeast requires additional nutrients to ferment up to 22% alcohol. Comes in a 1 lb. bulk pack.