Lallemand · LalBrew West Coast BRY-97

Recipes:
5,819
Form:
Dry
Attenuation:
75.0%
Flocculation:
High
Tolerance:
High
Temperature:
15.0 – 22.0°C

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LalBrew West Coast (BRY-97) is a high-quality dry ale yeast produced by Lallemand. Renowned for its high attenuation rate of 75.0%, this yeast strain is perfectly suited for brewing a variety of beer styles that require a strong fermentation character. The yeast exhibits high flocculation characteristics and has an impressive high alcohol tolerance, making it an excellent choice for brewers aiming to craft robust and high-alcohol content beers.

The ideal fermentation temperature for LalBrew West Coast (BRY-97) ranges from 15.0-22.0 °C (59.0-71.6 °F), offering a broad spectrum for brewers to control the fermentation process. This yeast strain is typically used in brewing American Pale Ale, IPA, Porter, Stout, and other American style beers. The yeast imparts a neutral flavor, allowing the malt and hop character to be the prominent flavor profile in the finished beer. However, under certain conditions, it can also produce a mild fruity flavor, adding a subtle complexity to the beer's overall taste.

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