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Nottingham English Ale Yeast (Lallemand) - 11 g
DY40
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Description

Ready to try your hand at a Dry English Ale? Then this is the yeast for you! 
 
Nottingham Dry Yeast is the prefered yeast for English Style Beers. It is appreciated for it’s ability to quickly produce a vigorous fermentation. It forms a compact yeast cake at the bottom resulting in a lovely clear beer. 
 
  • Highly flocculant with full attenuation resulting in dryer beers. 
  • Will ferment well down to 57 degrees. 
  • Neutral flavor profile. 
Item # DY40
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.03LBS
Weight11 G
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Recommended by another brewer.
Charles B on Apr 3, 2018
this is my go to yeast
Brent B. on Mar 20, 2018
Recommended by another brewer.
Charles B on Apr 3, 2018
love this product
batman on Mar 23, 2018
this is my go to yeast
Brent B. on Mar 20, 2018
trying a new yeast on a hard cider
aron c on Mar 20, 2018
Makes great pale ale
Sunny C on Mar 16, 2018
When I make mead, this or LalvinD-47 is my go-to default yeast.
Sherwin Y on Mar 16, 2018
Use this for Carmel Apple Ale (cider)
Ben B on Mar 16, 2018
makes a drier beer less sweetness than a lot of other English yeasts dry yeast keeps better in fridge.
D E on Mar 16, 2018
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D A on Mar 16, 2018
Nottingham is a great dry yeast option. It is clean if fermented cool or fruity if fermented warmer. It drops out well for clear beer and has a dry finish.
Bill M. on Mar 16, 2018
Love this for my cider.
john l on Feb 26, 2018
It is my go to yeast
Gary H on Feb 19, 2018
i always use this yeast
Valued C on Feb 17, 2018
Never fails
David M on Jan 25, 2018
I've used it before and it's just what I need.
Ripe M on Jan 25, 2018
great for my blonde ales and reds
David P on Jan 23, 2018
For an agave tequila wash
kenny b on Jan 19, 2018
love this product
batman on Mar 23, 2018
trying a new yeast on a hard cider
aron c on Mar 20, 2018
Reviews

4.7 / 5.0
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Good workhorse
Works well in pale ales. This yeast is fast so it's best to pitch at 70 degrees or below to slow it down a bit. It is my go to yeast.
April 12, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
I use this yeast in most of my beers. I have never been disappointed
April 1, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Fast shipping as advertised.
March 2, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Always depandable
Never fails and is a beast of a yeast. It is my Go to.
February 8, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Well behaved yeast
This is a very good yeast; I used 2 packs for a ten gallon batch of Porter and it fermented very clenly at the the lower end of its range. It didn't attenuate as far down as I expected but it was close enough and I didn't detect any residual sweetness. I'll use it again.
February 6, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
I brewed an English IPA and used Nottingham’s as the yeast. I did not make a slurry. I simply poured the yeast on top of the wort and aerated it for a good five minutes. Fermentation kicked off within 24 hours and had good activity for several days. The beer is bottle conditioning
January 27, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Never had an issue with it. I love it in my IPAs.
January 27, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Never let me down
Nottingham is one of my go to yeasts i always keep some on hand right next to my 05
January 24, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Great dry yeast.
Never any problems with this yeast. More Beer always gives a good date so I can keep some on hand. Also easy to harvest for future use.
August 21, 2017
Interesting, even if fermented warm
I am a Las Vegas homebrewer with no temperature control other than my AC. My first summer brew with this yeast was during a heatwave (115F+ for a week straight). Fermentation was between 75 and 80F. I definitely got red-berry fruity esters, but they were light and very pleasant.
August 18, 2016