Lallemand · LalBrew Abbaye Belgian Ale

Recipes:
1,250
Form:
Dry
Attenuation:
88.0%
Flocculation:
Medium
Tolerance:
High
Temperature:
17.0 – 25.0°C

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LalBrew Abbaye Belgian Ale is a dry ale yeast from Lallemand. It has a medium flocculation and high alcohol tolerance, making it ideal for producing strong Belgian ales. The optimal fermentation temperature for this yeast is between 17.0-25.0 °C, allowing brewers to achieve a consistent flavor every time they brew. This yeast produces beers with complex aromas and flavors, including notes of fruits, spice, and subtle earthy tones. Common beer styles brewed with this yeast include Dubbels, Tripels and Quadrupels. These beers are characterized by their rich malt character, fruity esters and spicy phenolics that give the beer its unique taste profile.

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