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Fermentis Dry Yeast - Safcider AC-4 (5 g)
DY22

Fermentis Dry Yeast - Safcider AC-4 (5 g)

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Description

The best cider yeast for an intensely fresh aromatic profile (apple, floral) with a crisp mouthfeel enhancing cider structure.

Usage:
For sweet and dry ciders even under difficult fermentation conditions.

Technical Characteristics:

  • Excellent settlement strength even with its sensitive to killer phenotype
  • Fast kinetic
  • Broad fermentation temperature spectrum: 10-30°C (50-86°F)
  • Low nitrogen requirements: Ratio YAN**(mg/L)/Sugar(g/L) > 0.7 – 0.8
  • Very good assimilation of fructose
  • Maximum initial SO2 level recommended: 75mg/L
  • Very low malic acid consumption (less than 0.4 g/L)
  • Medium 2-phenylethanol and isoamyl acetate producer. High production of ethyl (fruity) esters

Dosage:

  • 10 to 20 g/hl for first fermentation
  • 30 to 40 g/hl for prise de mousse

Direct inoculation:

  • Pour the yeast on the surface of at least 10 times their weight of must (possibly directly on the top of the tank or during tank filling after clarification).
  • Gently stir to avoid or break clumps.
  • Immediately transfer into the tank via a pumping over with aeration (or homogenize tank volume).

With prior rehydration:

  • Pour the yeast on the surface of 10 times their weight of tap water at room temperature.
  • Gently stir to avoid or break clumps.
  • Wait for 20 minutes and transfer into the tank via a pumping over with aeration.

Shelf Life
4 years from production date.

 

 

 
Item # DY22
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Weight 0.02 LBS
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Seems different from champagne yeast.
Nathan H on Nov 17, 2021
Seems different from champagne yeast.
Nathan H on Nov 17, 2021
thought it might be more appropriate for cider?
russell j b on Nov 15, 2021
thought it might be more appropriate for cider?
russell j b on Nov 15, 2021
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