White Labs · Dry English Ale WLP007

Recipes:
10,237
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
75.0%
Flocculation:
Medium-High
Tolerance:
Medium
Temperature:
18.0 – 21.0°C

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The Dry English Ale (WLP007) from White Labs is a high-quality liquid ale yeast known for its ability to create balanced and complex ales. It has a respectable attenuation level of 75.0%, allowing it to consume a large portion of the sugars during fermentation, leading to a dryer finish. This yeast also showcases medium-high flocculation characteristics, which contribute to clear beer by readily settling out of the solution post-fermentation. With a medium alcohol tolerance, it is well-suited for a range of beer styles.

The ideal fermentation temperature range for WLP007 is 64.4-69.8°F (18.0-21.0°C), making it versatile for various brewing environments. This yeast is popularly used in brewing traditional English ales, IPAs, porters, and stouts. Its flavor profile is relatively neutral, ensuring it doesn't overpower the inherent tastes of these beer styles. The Dry English Ale yeast adds a touch of English character to your brew while maintaining the integrity of the original flavors.

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