Wyeast · Belgian Strong Ale 1388

Recipes:
1,990
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
76.0%
Flocculation:
Low
Tolerance:
12.0%
Temperature:
18.0 – 27.0°C

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The Wyeast Belgian Strong Ale (1388) is a liquid ale yeast with low flocculation and an alcohol tolerance of 12.0%. This type of yeast has an ideal fermentation temperature range of 18.0-27.0°C, and an attenuation of 76.0%. The typical beer styles brewed with this yeast include Belgian Tripel, Belgian Golden Strong, Dubbel, and Flanders Red Ale. It produces a flavor profile that combines the fruity esters of pear and apple with the spicy notes of clove, pepper, and bubblegum for a complex aroma and flavor.

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