BSI · Pasteur Champagne 1868

Recipes:
26
Form:
Liquid
Attenuation:
68.0%
Flocculation:
Low
Tolerance:
High
Temperature:
4.0 – 34.0°C

Introduction

Pasteur Champagne (1868) by BSI is a liquid wine and cider yeast designed for a variety of alcohol ferments. With an attenuation rate of 68.0%, it produces highly alcoholic drinks with low flocculation qualities. It also has an exceptionally high alcohol tolerance, making it ideal for producing fermented beverages with higher alcohol content. Its optimal fermentation temperature range is from 4.0-34.0°C, making it suitable for use in many different environments and climates. The Pasteur Champagne (1868) yeast is an excellent choice for those seeking to produce high quality alcoholic beverages with robust flavor profiles.

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