Wyeast · Thames Valley II 1882

Recipes:
39
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
75.0%
Flocculation:
High
Tolerance:
10.0%
Temperature:
16.0 – 21.0°C

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Thames Valley II (1882) is a liquid ale yeast from Wyeast. It has a high flocculation, which means it clumps together to form sediment at the bottom of the fermenter. This yeast has an attenuation rate of 75.0%, meaning that it ferments out a large portion of the sugars in the wort, resulting in a dry beer. It also has an alcohol tolerance of up to 10.0%. The ideal fermentation temperature for Thames Valley II (1882) is 16.0-21.0 °C, allowing for a wide range of temperatures to achieve optimal results.

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