Omega Yeast OYL-401 Sundew™ Ale Yeast

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Omega Yeast OYL-401 Sundew's ripe strawberry, passion fruit, pear, and stone fruit combine to emphasize desirable notes in modern fruity hops. This Omega Yeast exclusive strain was inspired by its parental strain's fruity esters, which were originally obscured by Belgian phenolic character. Sundew™, however, is non-phenolic and incapable of producing the spicy clove flavors that were previously competing with its pure, juicy red-fruit bouquet. Try it in your next English ale for a new spin on fruity English yeast. 

Yeast Characteristics:

  • Temp Range: 65 - 78°F
  • Attenuation: 72 - 85%
  • Flocculation: High
  • Alcohol Tolerance: 12%
  • Non-Phenolic (POF-)

Recommended styles and recipe kits to highlight Sundew's ripe strawberry esters :

For some nerdy homebrewing fun we recommend trying a split batch of your favorite recipe with OYL-401 Sundew™ and its phenolic parent yeast OYL-024 Belgian Ale A. The characteristics between the two strains are the same minus the phenolic characters, allowing you to see how the phenolic characters can mask fruity esters. Nerd out even more and try blending the two in the same batch, allowing for more control in how much spicy peppery character in your end product. Below are the recipe kits with Sundew's parental strain OYL-024 Belgian Ale A as a recommended yeast option.

Additional information

SKU

OYL401

Beer Style NEIPA, IPA, Pale Ale, Hazy IPA, Milkshake IPA, DIPA
Fermentation Type Ale
Yeast Style NEIPA, IPA, Pale Ale, Hazy IPA, Milkshake IPA, DIPA
Yeast Format Liquid
Flocculation High
Min Attenuation

72%

Max Attenuation

85%

Min Fermenting Temp

65°F

Max Fermenting Temp

78°F

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Short Pour: Q & A with Omega Yeast Labs

Check out "All of the fruit, none of the phenolics!" video below where we talk with Omega founder/owner Lance Shaner and Laura Burns, director of research and development, about suggested uses for these new exciting strains Bananza and Sundew from their POF- Project. Our in-house development brewer Brad Segall also has some cool ideas of his own as he shares two beers brewed with Sundew and Bananza.

Available only in the US, while we would love to make these strains available internationally, many countries' regulations do not yet allow the sale of organisms developed using modern gene-editing, regardless of the type of modification introduced by the technique.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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Very fresh.

This yeast arrived very fresh. The lag time was short. It fermented a 1.052 pale ale in about 2 weeks. Flocculation is medium. Good attenuation. The flavors are cleaner than expected.

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Sean A.
Sundew Ale Yeast

A very unique yeast. Came out crystal clear with absolutely zero phenols!

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Paul S.
Sundew

I used this new yeast strain to ferment a NEIPA and it turned out fantastic! Juicy fruit!!

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Jerry W.
Sundew Ale yeast

Overall very happy with it and i like trying new yeasts strains with different beers never hurts to experiment

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Josh C.
Great flavor!

I used this yeast for a low abv traditional mead, fermented at around 65°F, and the berry like esters produced in the final were incredible. I'll definitely replicate.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
89%
(8)
11%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Customer
Very fresh.

This yeast arrived very fresh. The lag time was short. It fermented a 1.052 pale ale in about 2 weeks. Flocculation is medium. Good attenuation. The flavors are cleaner than expected.

S
Sean A.
Sundew Ale Yeast

A very unique yeast. Came out crystal clear with absolutely zero phenols!

P
Paul S.
Sundew

I used this new yeast strain to ferment a NEIPA and it turned out fantastic! Juicy fruit!!

J
Jerry W.
Sundew Ale yeast

Overall very happy with it and i like trying new yeasts strains with different beers never hurts to experiment

J
Josh C.
Great flavor!

I used this yeast for a low abv traditional mead, fermented at around 65°F, and the berry like esters produced in the final were incredible. I'll definitely replicate.