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Wyeast 1335 British Ale II


SKU# Y1335

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Good flocculating and malty flavor characteristics, crisp finish, clean, fairly dry.


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Wyeast 1335 British Ale II - Beer Yeast

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  • Wyeast 1335 British Ale II (Beer Yeast)
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Typical of British and Canadian ale fermentation profile with good flocculating and malty flavor characteristics, crisp finish, clean, fairly dry. Apparent attenuation: 73-76%. Flocculation: high. Optimum temp: 63°-75° F

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Yeast FormatLiquid
Yeast StyleN/A
Min Fermenting Temp63
Max Fermenting Temp75
Min Attenuation %73
Max Attenuation %76
3.6 / 5.0
8 Reviews
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Stiff packaging leads to seal failure on insulated shiping envelope.
Insulating package was open. I told Northern Brewer about it told them that all that was needed was to put one piece of packing tape down along where the stickum was that on the package itself. Also it helps to buy 2 packages that's what I did then you can check for viability imideately if the yeast is warm. 2 packages gives you more to salvage
September 12, 2017
8 months ago
A Bit Estery
Fermented a single hop pale-ale with it at about 68-70 degrees which is right about mid-range for this yeast. Some bubble-gum/estery overtones that obscure the dry-hopping scent a bit, but mostly clean with the malt and hops showing through. Good flocculation on the yeast - after about 10 days in the primary, and 9 in the secondary, very little yeast left on the bottom on the secondary - meaning most of it had settled out by the end of primary fermentation. Spot on at high end of attenuation at 75.9%.
January 8, 2017
1335 British Ale II worked great. Made a 1L starter and had no problems.
January 1, 2014
What is there to say? Good yeast
I have had great success with this yeast.
November 7, 2013
First time running into this problem in 13 years of brewing- yeast did not activate
I had this shipped to me along with my grains and hops. I really don't know if the yeast got too warm during shipping or if there was another problem, but the yeast never did activate. This is the first time running into this problem in 13 years of brewing, so I'm not sure if I can even blame the yeast or NB. Maybe my luck ran out. I tried to salvage the batch with a pack of dry yeast a buddy had laying around but this beer is disappointing.
July 12, 2013
My favorite yeast
Ferments clean, clear beers. I pitched a healthy dose in a 1.094 DIPA and had %85 attenuation. Every beer I've used this in has turned out great.
April 2, 2012
Ferforms fabulously in high gravity beers
Pitched three pouches in a 1.102 OG Barley Wine (My IPA Recipe as a Double/Triple :) Finished primary rapidly (64-70 deg, less than two weeks) finished a lil slow but well worth the wait. Clean flavor, crystal clear, wonderful lightly acidic sweet finish.
November 10, 2011
Maybe just me, but not good performer
I will say, it may be something I did wrong, maybe with the step mash, but this yeast fermented very slowly for me. It seemed to be very active at first, but ended up taking over two weeks in the primary taking several days to register a gravity change at a time (fermented @ 68-70). The flavor is fine, a little bitter because it also doesn't like to fall out. Didn't ruin my batch of brown ale, just took too long and leaves alot of yeast in the bottle.
August 17, 2010
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