SafLager S-23 German Lager Dry Yeast

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BREWER’S YEAST FOR FRUITY & HOPPY LAGERS

Bottom fermenting brewer’s yeast originating from Berlin in Germany. It’s recommended for the production of fruitier and more estery lagers. Its profile gives beers with a good length on the palate. Widely used by European commercial breweries. Best when fermented at low temperatures, yet can ferment at higher temperatures (61-68° F).

S-23 is a genuine German style dried lager yeast, developing the best of its lager notes under low-temperature fermentation (50-57° F). Good flocculation with excellent attenuation.

Yeast Features:

  • Ideal Fermentation Temperature: 53–59F 
  • Attenuation: 80–84%
  • Alcohol Tolerance: 9-11%

Perfect strain to ferment:

  • Czech Pilsners
  • American Lagers
  • Pre-Prohibition Lagers
  • International Lagers

TAKE IT EASY, TAKE E2U™

Till now, in the beer world, you had to take great care of yeasts prior to pitching. You had to rehydrate and acclimatize them while watching water and must temperature carefully.

With E2U™ active dry yeasts, you can pitch directly or rehydrate; depending on your equipment, habits, and feelings. Fermentis offers you the opportunity to make your life easier and eventually contribute to sustainability by saving water and energy. Any process you choose, we will be happy to ensure you the highest standards of quality, productivity, and security.

SAVE TIME. GET COMFORT. ACT GREEN.

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SKU

Y008

Fermentation Type Lager
Yeast Format Dry
Min Attenuation

80

Max Attenuation

84

Min Fermenting Temp

50

Max Fermenting Temp

68

Customer Reviews

Based on 46 reviews
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H
Hugh
Good yeast

Easy ordering and delivery. No problems. Made a good American lager with this

H
Holden
Excellent quality

Stuck the yeast directly in the fridge when it got here and worked excellent when I used it the next morning, had bubbles by the end of the night.

S
Skimeister
Consistent quality from this dry yeast.

I’ve brewed with this yeast for my “house beer”, a maybe not so traditional Pilsner and the results have been consistently awesome. The flavor and attenuation have been spot on.

M
Matthew J.
Outstanding Service and Product Quality!

First order with NB since getting back into home brewing (kids are now grown). I had some go-to recipes from brewing prior but wanted to try some new things for this inaugural batch. I started getting this yeast active and growing a couple of days before brew day, and by the time I cooled the wort to 65 degrees and pitched it, it was going strong. Brewed 15 gallons of a medium-toned lager, that I infused with Roma tomatoes and basil. pulled the first pint a couple of days ago and it produced a crisp, savory lager that I paired with grilled steaks. Excited to add this to the inventory of recipes.

D
Danny S.
Strong ferment and fast

Did great fermenting my black lager.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 46 reviews
83%
(38)
13%
(6)
4%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
H
Hugh
Good yeast

Easy ordering and delivery. No problems. Made a good American lager with this

H
Holden
Excellent quality

Stuck the yeast directly in the fridge when it got here and worked excellent when I used it the next morning, had bubbles by the end of the night.

S
Skimeister
Consistent quality from this dry yeast.

I’ve brewed with this yeast for my “house beer”, a maybe not so traditional Pilsner and the results have been consistently awesome. The flavor and attenuation have been spot on.

M
Matthew J.
Outstanding Service and Product Quality!

First order with NB since getting back into home brewing (kids are now grown). I had some go-to recipes from brewing prior but wanted to try some new things for this inaugural batch. I started getting this yeast active and growing a couple of days before brew day, and by the time I cooled the wort to 65 degrees and pitched it, it was going strong. Brewed 15 gallons of a medium-toned lager, that I infused with Roma tomatoes and basil. pulled the first pint a couple of days ago and it produced a crisp, savory lager that I paired with grilled steaks. Excited to add this to the inventory of recipes.

D
Danny S.
Strong ferment and fast

Did great fermenting my black lager.