The Yeast Bay · Hessian Pils WLP4035

Recipes:
24
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
73.5%
Flocculation:
Medium
Tolerance:
Low
Temperature:
7.0 – 9.0°C

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The Yeast Bay's Hessian Pils (WLP4035) is an ale yeast strain designed to produce a distinct malty profile, with a slightly sweet flavor. It comes in liquid form and has a medium flocculation rate, making it suitable for both bottle-conditioning and keg-conditioning. It has an attenuation of 73.5%, which is on the lower end of the scale, and its alcohol tolerance is low at just 6%. The ideal fermentation temperature for this strain lies between 7.0-9.0 °C, allowing brewers to create a complex malt character without the risk of over-attenuation.

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