Lallemand · LalBrew Köln Kölsch Style Ale

Recipes:
959
Form:
Dry
Attenuation:
75.0%
Flocculation:
Medium
Tolerance:
Medium
Temperature:
15.0 – 22.0°C

Profile

LalBrew Köln Kölsch, by Lallemand, is a dry, ale yeast specifically developed for brewing traditional Kölsch-style beers and other ales. This versatile yeast provides an attenuation of 75%, promoting a well-balanced beer that doesn't overly lean towards maltiness or hoppiness. The medium flocculation properties allow the yeast to remain evenly distributed during fermentation, leading to a consistent beer flavor and clarity. LalBrew Köln Kölsch displays a medium alcohol tolerance, making it suitable for a broad range of beer styles.

The ideal fermentation temperature for LalBrew Köln Kölsch is between 59.0-71.6 °F (15.0-22.0 °C), giving brewers a wide range of flexibility in their brewing conditions. This yeast is ideal for creating classic beer styles such as Kölsch, Altbier, and other hybrid ales. The unique flavor profile of the yeast is typified by a delicate balance of fruity and estery notes, producing a nuanced complexity in the final product that can be modulated according to the specific brewing conditions.

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