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Safale T-58 Belgian Ale Yeast - Fermentis

Safale T-58 Belgian Ale Yeast - Fermentis

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Want to make a Belgian Ale with a slightly peppery, complex flavor? Then give this vigorous yeast a try! 
 
Safale T-58 is specialty European yeast selected for its spicy, somewhat peppery flavor profile. Brewers get great results directly pitching dry into the wort. 
 
This yeast can be pitched directly, but if you prefer to rehydrate, the instructions are below.
 
Sprinkle the yeast in a minimum of 10 times its weight of sterile water or wort (we suggest 4 oz) at 70°F to 77°F (21 to 25 °C). Do not stir. Leave to rest 15 to 30 minutes. Gently stir for 30 minutes, and pitch the resultant cream into the fermentation vessel.
 
*See the technical data sheet below for more information on rehydration, usage and storage.
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Worked great for my Belgian triple
PETER H on Jul 14, 2021
good Yeast
Nelson B on Apr 24, 2021
Worked great for my Belgian triple
PETER H on Jul 14, 2021
Fill a need
Jerry William on May 19, 2021
good Yeast
Nelson B on Apr 24, 2021
Ships better than liquid yeast
Stephen T G on Apr 20, 2021
backup yeast
FIlippo P on Apr 15, 2021
Makes good saison style beers
Daniela Garcia on Mar 26, 2021
Good experience with Safbrew yeast. Affordable.
Drew V on Jan 30, 2021
Making an east coast ipa. Thought it would be a good choice.
Robert A on Jan 30, 2021
went wit h the kit
Alan J on Jan 22, 2021
Dry yeast is the best!
Casey G on Jan 6, 2021
IT'S A ECONOMICAL YEAST
Jake W on Jan 5, 2021
seems like a good yeast for what I want also because I cant come myself I prefer dry yeast because of shipping
Reuven L on Dec 29, 2020
Gonna make me some moonshine mmmmhmmm
Justin B on Dec 9, 2020
Spicy yeast good for big Belgian beers
Daniel M on Nov 26, 2020
always a go to yeast
Thomas W on Nov 26, 2020
Belgian Tripel
Andrew S on Nov 24, 2020
For a Belgian pale ale
Ben B on Nov 20, 2020
I've never used it before . I'm giving it a try.
Michael L on Oct 20, 2020
Don't have on hand
Eric K on Oct 12, 2020
Awesome
Christopher H on Aug 14, 2020
I am doing a yeast comparison of 3 Belgian/Saison yeasts
William S on Aug 12, 2020
Brew a Hoe gaarden
Ryan Todd J on Jun 26, 2020
For belgian white
Adam S on Jun 18, 2020
for Belgian blonde
mark g w on Jun 12, 2020
Inexpensive option for a Belgian golden strong ale.
Ryan B on May 29, 2020
you were backordered on the one I wanted
Gary W on May 26, 2020
I received a Saison brew kit as a gift that did not include the yeast. T-58 is the recommended yeast for Saison.
Sam R on May 14, 2020
bottle condition/reyeasting Belgian blonde ale
Jason W on May 9, 2020
I like brewing with Belgian Yeast
Ruben V on May 6, 2020
Favorite for wheat beers
good belgian ale yeast to keep on hand
Tom Carola on May 2, 2020
Makes good Belgian style ales.
John P on May 2, 2020
preferred yeast is on back order
jerry f on Apr 27, 2020
always use it
Thomas W on Apr 24, 2020
Good all around yeast
Matthew L on Apr 23, 2020
Experimenting. Going to give this a try.
Matthew W on Apr 23, 2020
Using for a Belgian beer
Ben B on Apr 21, 2020
good yeast
mark l on Apr 9, 2020
recipe
Kevin E on Mar 30, 2020
Making a Belgian Blonde Ale
Nicholas T on Mar 20, 2020
recommended yeast
Don S on Feb 6, 2020
Use for my belgian recipes
Alex M. on Jan 10, 2020
Dry yeast ship well.
Jake W on Jan 7, 2020
recipe
DANIEL M on Dec 7, 2019
some sort of upcoming belgian ale
Ben B on Dec 5, 2019
Give it a try
Bill J on Nov 30, 2019
To make beer
Daniel G on Nov 7, 2019
trying this for the first time.
Raymond M on Oct 21, 2019
I am brewing high ABV beers with spicy characteristics for the fall season
Andrew W on Sep 16, 2019
recipe
Russ Brodeur on Sep 14, 2019
Fill a need
Jerry William on May 19, 2021
Ships better than liquid yeast
Stephen T G on Apr 20, 2021
Has anyone made a starter with this yeast, and if so, how did it work?
Roy on Jan 26, 2021
BEST ANSWER: I always start my yeast. I put the yeast in distilled water 10 times the weight of the yeast at a temperature between 85 and 105 f. After 20 minutes I stir the yeast. When my beer is in the fermenter a add the yeast and rock the fermenter for a few minutes.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Spicy/Peppery
This yeast gives spicy, peppery notes. Good for Belgian styles.
May 12, 2021
Purchased
10 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Vigorous fermentor
This stuff is a fast starter.
It has the effect of toning down hop harshness
in my experience, I didn't notice any strong estory
flavors but it does throw some Sulphur. It was used in a split batch of witt beer.
I preferred it over wyeast 3944.
May 4, 2021
Purchased
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Yeast
I have tried all of the liquid yeasts and have always had better results with this when primed.
May 6, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
T-58 Good
Fermentis Safbrew T-58 ferments a Belgian Ale just right, with a spicy tang. Yum.
February 28, 2019