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WLP005 British Ale - White Labs Yeast
WLP005
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Description

Like most English strains, this yeast produces malty beers. We get a velvety mouth feel on the palate and a hint of cherries and rose petals in the aroma. With the great attenuation this strain provides you can ferment almost any ale. We've used this in a strong scotch and the outcome was phenomenal. To ferment this yeast properly pitch at 64-66F and let it rise to 66-68F. Ferment for 10-14 days in the primary. Excellent for all English style ales including bitter, pale ale, porter, and brown ale.

Attenuation: 67-74%
Flocculation: High
Optimum Fermentation Temp: 65-70.
Wyeast Equivalent: 1098 British


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Item # WLP005
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.14LBS
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DAVE G on May 21, 2018
For the Mild Ale
Dustin P on Feb 24, 2018
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DAVE G on May 21, 2018
Scotch Ale. Excellent.
Jay Radke on Mar 7, 2018
For the Mild Ale
Dustin P on Feb 24, 2018
Like White Labs, have had good success with them.
Chuckles on Feb 23, 2018
I've never used it and wanted to try it. Also it was cheaper than the other liquid yeast I was considering trying
Chandler O on Jan 25, 2018
Scotch Ale. Excellent.
Jay Radke on Mar 7, 2018
Like White Labs, have had good success with them.
Chuckles on Feb 23, 2018
Reviews

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Going back to dry yeast
Time to yeast activity was increased with this, and overall fermentation time was increased in the 3 times I used this yeast along with an aerator, as opposed to just sprinkling dry yeast over the top of the wort and agitating a bit. More expensive, too, and not as stable.
July 3, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Next time, I'll use a different yeast. Now that I used it, it's flavor is off. After conceding with some of my brew brothers, they too have had the issues.
The yeast worked as it shoukd, but it's just not a very good one.
March 2, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Great prodcut
Used this with a smoked porter, fast fermentation, no issues.
May 8, 2015
Grear yeast
I have had no problems with this yeast. I recommend it for British style ales.
May 5, 2015
Great yeast
I have used this yeast on my batches and will continue to use this in other batches. I like to reuse this yeast and experiment with it since it gives great flavors.
May 28, 2014
awesome strain
just wanted to mix things up a bit and tried this yeast on a brew i normally use california ale yeast on and it turned out great!
May 6, 2014
Good to stay true to style for English styles.
Good yeast, clears out and flocs really solid. Racking off the yeast cake I could practically let the syphon sit on the cake and it still didn't suck much yeast up. Great for staying true to English styles
May 30, 2013
Reliable All Around Yeast
This is by far my favorite strain to brew with. It makes excellent pale ales with a just the right amount of body and really lets the hop flavor come through. In my opinion it has more flavor than the american ale strain for most beer styles and does not finish as dry. The yeast starts strong and settles out well and it makes a clear beer. I also use this strain for brewing my fruit beers with reliable results. Try this with your next fruit ale. Since I work with yeast in my day job, I have been propagating this strain for quite some time and it has a stable profile over time. For a 5 gallon batch I make a 1 liter starter a day or two before brewing.
May 30, 2013
Great yeast- very versatile
This yeast has been great in a few batches- ferment it cool (66-68) for clean malt flavor, or a bit warmer (70-72) for some nicely subtle fruit notes.
May 29, 2013
White labs is great.
I almost always use white labs yeast. The beer I brew with this has turned out great.
May 28, 2013