Wyeast 4632 Dry Mead

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Wyeast 4632 Dry Mead is the best choice for dry mead. Used in traditional dry meads, metheglins, and melomels. Also used for: Dry Ciders, Cysers.

Best choice for dry mead. Low foaming with little or no sulfur production. Use additional nutrients for mead making. Mead, Fruit Mead, Metheglin, Dry Ciders, Cysers. Temperature Range: 55-75 F. Alcohol Tolerance: 18%.

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SKU Y4632

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
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Richard E.
Still working

The mead is in the secondary fermentation jar, a month into the journey to drinkable.
When I added the first packet of yeast nutrient on day two I poured it into the primary fermentation jar and I then ‘enjoyed’ a geyser of not-yet mead erupting out of the jar. For the next two days I mixed the nutrient in water before adding it to the jar. Yeast continued to work, albeit slowly for a month at which point I siphoned the mead into the secondary fermentation jar.

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Colin M.

Wyeast 4632 Dry Mead

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Sue G.

Wyeast 4632 Dry Mead

M
Marshal B.
Best smelling yeast strain I've used

Right from opening the pack there was a pleasant smell that I hadn't expected. This yeast was used in a tart cherry Mead and after transferring to the secondary the yeast definitely added to the sweetness, not the bready taste that I expected. Will definitely be using this strain again.

d
durant s.
Yeast for Fruit infused meads

Still aging the mead, but fermentation and clarity are progressing great

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Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
85%
(11)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
R
Richard E.
Still working

The mead is in the secondary fermentation jar, a month into the journey to drinkable.
When I added the first packet of yeast nutrient on day two I poured it into the primary fermentation jar and I then ‘enjoyed’ a geyser of not-yet mead erupting out of the jar. For the next two days I mixed the nutrient in water before adding it to the jar. Yeast continued to work, albeit slowly for a month at which point I siphoned the mead into the secondary fermentation jar.

C
Colin M.

Wyeast 4632 Dry Mead

S
Sue G.

Wyeast 4632 Dry Mead

M
Marshal B.
Best smelling yeast strain I've used

Right from opening the pack there was a pleasant smell that I hadn't expected. This yeast was used in a tart cherry Mead and after transferring to the secondary the yeast definitely added to the sweetness, not the bready taste that I expected. Will definitely be using this strain again.

d
durant s.
Yeast for Fruit infused meads

Still aging the mead, but fermentation and clarity are progressing great