Wyeast · Belgian Ale 1214

Recipes:
1,014
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
75.0%
Flocculation:
Medium-Low
Tolerance:
12.0%
Temperature:
20.0 – 26.0°C

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The Belgian Ale (1214) yeast from Wyeast is a liquid form of ale yeast that is perfect for brewing a wide variety of beers. It has an attenuation rate of 75.0%, a medium-low flocculation, and an alcohol tolerance rate of 12.0%. The ideal fermentation temperature for this yeast is between 20.0-26.0 °C. This yeast can be used to craft a variety of Belgian beer styles such as Trappist ales, Witbiers, Saisons, Dubbels and Tripels. The flavor profile produced by this strain is complex with subtle fruity esters like banana and clove, as well as hints of pepper, bubblegum and aniseed.

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