Mangrove Jack's · Belgian Abbey M47

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1,188
Form:
Dry
Attenuation:
75.0%
Flocculation:
Medium-High
Temperature:
18.0 – 25.0°C

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Mangrove Jack's Belgian Abbey (M47) is a dry ale yeast that exhibits medium-high flocculation. It has an attenuation of 75.0%, and should be fermented at temperatures between 18.0 and 25.0 °C for best results. This yeast strain is typically used to brew Belgian ales, as well as other styles such as witbier, saison, and tripel. It produces a subtle fruity ester profile with notes of banana and clove, making it ideal for producing complex beers with a full body and rounded finish.

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