Wyeast · Irish Ale 1084

Recipes:
6,566
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
73.0%
Flocculation:
Medium
Tolerance:
10.0%
Temperature:
17.0 – 22.0°C

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Wyeast's Irish Ale (1084) is a liquid ale yeast that's highly recognized in the brewing industry for its versatility and reliability. This yeast strain boasts an attenuation of 73.0%, medium flocculation characteristics, and a robust alcohol tolerance of up to 10.0%, making it a top-notch choice for brewing a wide array of beer styles. It excels in brewing conditions within an ideal fermentation temperature range of 62.6-71.6 °F (17.0-22.0 °C), maintaining its impressive performance across a broad spectrum of brewing environments.

The Irish Ale (1084) is most commonly used in brewing traditional Irish and American style ales, including but not limited to Irish Reds, Stouts, Porters, and Double IPAs. This yeast contributes to a rich, complex flavor profile that is characterized by its smoothness, a hint of fruitiness, and a dry finish. Brewers value it for its ability to produce beers with a well-rounded, balanced flavor profile that enhances the overall drinking experience.

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