SafAle US-05 American Ale Dry Yeast
THE MOST NEUTRAL FERMENTIS BREWER’S ALE YEAST
The quintessential dry American Ale strain which produces well-balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp palate. Forms a firm foam head and presents a very good ability to stay in suspension during fermentation. Ideal for American beer types and highly hopped beers.
Safale US-05 is a dried American Ale strain with fermentation properties resembling that of Wyeast 1056 (American Ale) or White Labs WLP001 (California Ale). Sedimentation is low to medium, and final gravity is medium.
- Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 64–74F
- Attenuation: 78–82%
- Alcohol Tolerance: 9-11%
Perfect strain to ferment:
- American Pale Ales
- IPAs; American IPAs, Black IPAs, Red IPAs, Brown IPAs, Rye IPAs, Glitter IPAs
- Double IPAs, Imperial IPAs, DIPAs
- Triple IPAs
- American Porters
- American Stouts
- Blonde Ales
- Imperial Stouts
- American Barleywines
- Pre Prohibition Porters
- Cream Ale
- Any American Beer Style
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|Yeast Disclaimer||We strongly recommend ordering dry yeast in the summer months. We do include complimentary ice packs with all liquid yeasts. It is difficult to guarantee that the ice packs will survive the trip given transit times and particularly hot temperatures.|
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Great yeast. I use this for many of my recipes and it never fails to produce a great beer.
I live to far out for a cold pack to ever last for liquid yeast. This is the only yeast I use outside of collecting my own.
I’m new to the brewing scene, so a true novice here, but Northern Brewer has made some amazing recipe kits that have allowed me to brew as though I’ve been at it a long time. Full of Centennial hops, Dead Ringer tastes awesome. It does like a warmer fermentation temperature, so if you’re brewing in a cooler climate, it may take a little longer to do its thing, but totally worth the wait.
Always works! Very predictable.
Safale US-05 is my go to for most of my ales. Always a good fermentation with these trusty little workers!