Omega Yeast OYL-044 Kolsch II

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An appropriate yeast for light beers such as kolsch, alt, blond and honey. Accentuates hop flavors. The slight sulfur produced during fermentation will disappear with age and leave a clean, lager-like ale. An ideal choice for those who would like to brew a lager-like beer, but do not have the temperature control equipment to brew a true lager.

*NOTE:*During summer months, we include complimentary ice packs with all liquid yeast orders. However, it is difficult to guarantee that the ice packs will stay frozen given transit times and particularly hot temperatures. For this reason, we recommend ordering dry yeast during summer months.

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OYL044

Customer Reviews

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Rob S.
Best Kolsch yeast so far!

Best Kolsch yeast so far! I've tried K-97, Dieter, WLP029, and 2565 with decent success, but this Omega Kolsch II is fantastic. Crisp, clean and maybe a touch of lemongrass in the finish. Absolutely fantastic!

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Anthony S.

Omega Yeast OYL-044 Kolsch II

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Bill K.
PERFECT Kolsch

I'm a huge fan of Omega yeast - so incredibly easy to use. It's also really easy to make a starter with (pairs great with Propper starter). I prefer this Kolsch II to Kolsch I just because it's more forgiving with temperature.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
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33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
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R
Rob S.
Best Kolsch yeast so far!

Best Kolsch yeast so far! I've tried K-97, Dieter, WLP029, and 2565 with decent success, but this Omega Kolsch II is fantastic. Crisp, clean and maybe a touch of lemongrass in the finish. Absolutely fantastic!

A
Anthony S.

Omega Yeast OYL-044 Kolsch II

B
Bill K.
PERFECT Kolsch

I'm a huge fan of Omega yeast - so incredibly easy to use. It's also really easy to make a starter with (pairs great with Propper starter). I prefer this Kolsch II to Kolsch I just because it's more forgiving with temperature.