Wyeast · Czech Pils 2278

Recipes:
1,312
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
72.0%
Flocculation:
Medium-High
Tolerance:
9.0%
Temperature:
10.0 – 14.0°C

Profile

Wyeast's Czech Pils (2278) is a liquid lager yeast strain with a medium-high flocculation and an attenuation of 72.0%. It has an alcohol tolerance of 9.0%, making it perfect for brewing flavorful beers that are still light and drinkable. The ideal fermentation temperature for this yeast strain ranges from 10.0 to 14.0°C, allowing brewers to craft a wide variety of beer styles with great flavor profiles. Czech Pils (2278) is often used to brew classic Czech pilsners, as well as Vienna lagers, dark lagers, and other German lager styles. This yeast strain produces a clean and crisp flavor with subtle fruity esters and aromas.

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