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SafAle T-58 Ale Dry Yeast

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A specialty ale yeast selected for its estery, somewhat peppery and spicy flavor. This yeast forms a solid sediment at the end of secondary fermentation, and is therefore widely used for bottle and cask conditioning. Optimum temp: 59°-75° F

Additional information

SKU Y012
Yeast Format Dry
Flocculation Medium
Min Fermenting Temp 59
Max Fermenting Temp 75

Customer Reviews

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G.R.

I used this yeast for a blonde ale. It turned out well, and I enjoyed the batch. I should’ve let the wort cool down a little more, though, before I pitched it. I don’t use a wort chiller or ice bath: I just take the pot off the stove, put the lid on, and put a little fan blowing on it. I made the wort in the morning, and pitched my yeast at 5:30PM, after it had reached 75F. My wife needed her fan back, so I didn’t have it on after that. The next morning, the temperature was at 78F, so I used the fan again to keep the temperature at around 70F. The beer did end up having a banana taste to it. It wasn’t overpowering, but it was a bit much. I’m thinking it was due to my letting the fermentation get a little to hot that first day, but I’m not sure. I want to try the recipe again, but at a lower temperature, to see the difference.

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G.R.

I used this yeast for a blonde ale. It turned out well, and I enjoyed the batch. I should’ve let the wort cool down a little more, though, before I pitched it. I don’t use a wort chiller or ice bath: I just take the pot off the stove, put the lid on, and put a little fan blowing on it. I made the wort in the morning, and pitched my yeast at 5:30PM, after it had reached 75F. My wife needed her fan back, so I didn’t have it on after that. The next morning, the temperature was at 78F, so I used the fan again to keep the temperature at around 70F. The beer did end up having a banana taste to it. It wasn’t overpowering, but it was a bit much. I’m thinking it was due to my letting the fermentation get a little to hot that first day, but I’m not sure. I want to try the recipe again, but at a lower temperature, to see the difference.

J
J.D.
great yeast

Fermented well, great beer, made a hard cake during bottle conditioning.

J
J.D.
great yeast

Fermented well, great beer, made a hard cake during bottle conditioning.

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S.S.
T-58 Yeast

I use the T-58 for a couple of seasonal ales I make each year, and much like US-05, it's easy and consistent. These are actually the only yeasts I use. Never had to use a starter with either and the beers turn out consistently good.

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