White Labs · Belgian Golden Ale WLP570

Recipes:
1,772
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
75.5%
Flocculation:
Low
Tolerance:
High
Temperature:
20.0 – 24.0°C

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White Labs' Belgian Golden Ale (WLP570) is a liquid ale yeast type with a low flocculation rate and high alcohol tolerance. It has an impressive attenuation of 75.5%, making it perfect for brewing highly alcoholic beers. The ideal fermentation temperature for this yeast is 20.0-24.0 °C, which helps to bring out its full flavor profile. This yeast strain is great for producing Belgian style ales, such as Tripels and Dubbels, as well as Saisons and other crisp, fruity beers. Its unique character imparts subtle fruit esters, spicy phenols, and clove-like flavors that add complexity and depth to the finished beer.

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