LalBrew® New England Ale Yeast - Lallemand

LalBrew® New England Ale Yeast - Lallemand

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A dry yeast thats expressive enough for today's juicy, hazy IPAs? Yep. LalBrew New England is an ale strain selected specifically for its ability to produce a unique fruit forward ester profile desired in East Coast styles of beer. A typical fermentation with LalBrew  New England will produce tropical and fruity esters, notably stone fruits like peach. Through expression of a β-glucosidase enzyme, LalBrew New England can promote hop biotransformation and accentuate hop flavor and aroma. LalBrew New England exhibits medium to high attenuation with medium flocculation, making it a perfect choice for East Coast style ales.
Beer Styles: NEIPA, east coast style ales
Aroma: Fruity, tropical, stone fruits
Attenutation: Medium to High
Fermentation Range: 59-72°F
Flocculation: Medium
Alcohol Tolerance: 9% ABV
*See the technical data sheet below for information on rehydration, usage and storage.


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Hazy IPA brew
Zach P on Oct 1, 2021
Can't do liquid yeast since I live in a hot part of the US
Valued C on Aug 30, 2021
Hazy IPA brew
Zach P on Oct 1, 2021
Looking for a Dry version of Juicy, this seemed the closest
Sander C on Oct 1, 2021
Can't do liquid yeast since I live in a hot part of the US
Valued C on Aug 30, 2021
Goes with kit I plan to brew
William Flynn on Aug 7, 2021
Recommended yeast for this beer.
rideordie007 on Jul 2, 2021
I'm going to use the canned wort so i figured I would go with the dry yeast since I'll make a starter
Joel S on Jun 16, 2021
I used it and like how it performs
Valued C on Jun 3, 2021
Like convenience, trying new item
Michael D on May 24, 2021
Juicy ipa
Matthew J on May 18, 2021
I like Hazy
Brian F on May 3, 2021
Joan M. B on Apr 16, 2021
Hazy IPA
Juan R on Mar 23, 2021
Something new
John S on Mar 6, 2021
dry yeast
Manuel L on Mar 4, 2021
Have not used this yeast before and wanted to give it a try
Dave M on Mar 2, 2021
to make me feel warm and bubbly inside
Edward L A on Mar 2, 2021
To brew a Heady Topper clone.
Sean W on Oct 21, 2020
to make beer
Zac C on Sep 16, 2020
Trying something different from Imperial A38
Greg Bublitz on Jul 4, 2020
For a Hazy IPA
Eddie M on Jul 2, 2020
never used it before. like having dry yeast on hand
Preston G on Jun 26, 2020
Hazy IPA Experiment
Chris H on Jun 23, 2020
Brewing a NEIPA
Robert F G on Jun 10, 2020
Something new to try out and reasonable price.
Mario P on Jun 3, 2020
I've been waiting for the 11g packet option for months!
W. Patrick Murphy on Jun 1, 2020
I like NEIPA's. This looks promising for having yeast available whenever I need it since my LHBS is a hike.
Valued C on May 29, 2020
Trying something new
Brian on May 23, 2020
Sale item and will try for Hazy
Todd C on May 19, 2020
To snort
Tyler P on May 15, 2020
To see if this is any better than Windsor which I've won awards with for my NEIPA
Bryan Peretto on May 13, 2020
Prefer dry yeast and haven’t tried this strain.
Gwen L on May 12, 2020
Looking for a Dry version of Juicy, this seemed the closest
Sander C on Oct 1, 2021
Goes with kit I plan to brew
William Flynn on Aug 7, 2021
Can anyone figure out how Lallemand can get all their yeasts into Beersmith?! (i.e., with a yeast add-on profile, etc)
Frank Crow on Sep 17, 2021
BEST ANSWER: BeerSmith version 3 has a few Lallemand Yeasts already there (Ingredients>Yeast), though compared to what's listed on the Lallemand website, it seems outdated. About half of the Lallemand yeasts in BS are for wine, and some of the beer yeasts are not, or no longer, found on the Lallemand site. Several current Lallemand beer yeasts are there, though, including CBC-1, Diamond Lager, New England East Coast Ale Yeast, London English Style Ale (listed in BS as ESB, but I think it's the same), Munich (misspelled as "Munuch") Classic Wheat Beer, Nottingham High Performance Ale, and Windsor British Style. Newer Lallemand varieties such as Verdant IPA Ale Yeast, Kveik, and others are not in BS, but you can add them manually by selecting Ingredients>Yeast>Add Yeast and entering the information yourself. Any sort of bulk updating would, I assume involve BeerSmith talking directly to Lallemand.

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Rated 1 out of 5
>LalBrew New England Yeast
Very slow start. Over 2 days before fermentation started. Thought the yeast was dead but it did start and is working good now.
August 7, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Seems to be a good yeast
First time using this yeast. It was recommended for the NE Hazy Double IPA. I brewed it up a few days ago and it has been burping away for the last few days.
July 28, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great yeast, long lag time
This yeast is great. Wonderful fruity esters and low flocculation make this a great choice for hazy ipa. Like verdant dry yeast this yeast also finishes around 80% attenuation on first generations. Haven’t had any issues with diacetyl with this yeast. The only thing I dislike about this yeast is the long lag time. I experienced 48 hour lag times on 2 separate batches both at a steady 68f. This long lag time not only adds 2 extra days onto my brew schedule but also puts the wort at risk of contamination during those first days of lag time as the wort is highly susceptible in this stage. Its a great yeast but the long lag time makes me reach for other yeasts instead of this.
June 2, 2021
5 months ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Lallemand tech sheet says this yeast has a 36 hr lag time and takes up to 7 days to complete fermentation. This is not necessarily a bad thing, just didn't know that before I pitched it.
April 7, 2021
7 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Well packaged. Shipped on time. Can't wait to try these badboys.
March 4, 2021
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Fast Fermenter
Worked great with the tropical esters aroma. I will use it again.
June 23, 2020
1 year ago