WLP007 Dry English Ale - White Labs Yeast

WLP007 Dry English Ale - White Labs Yeast

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Clean, highly flocculent, and highly attenuative yeast. This yeast is similar to WLP002 in flavor profile, but it is 10% more attenuative. This eliminates the residual sweetness, and makes the yeast well suited for high gravity ales. It is also reaches terminal gravity quickly. 80% attenuation can be reached even with 10% ABV beers. A recommended nutrient schedule is to add Servomyces to the kettle at the end of the boil, and then follow that with a 6 grams per 5 gallons addition of Fermaid K half-way through the fermentation. This nutrient schedule acts as a supplement to your yeast for exposure to high alcohols. Think of giving your yeast nutrients as having a water break while running the marathon.

Attenuation: 80-85%
Flocculation: High
Optimum Fermenation Temp: 65-70.
Wyeast Equivalent: None

For best results we always recommend ordering an ice pack with your liquid yeast.

Item # WLP007
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Availability Out Of Stock
Weight 0.14 LBS
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works well
steve P on Dec 27, 2022
Heard this is very good for this beer
Damon S on Oct 20, 2022
works well
steve P on Dec 27, 2022
Brewing a Black IPA
Joshua Huber on Nov 8, 2022
Heard this is very good for this beer
Damon S on Oct 20, 2022
to ferment
DANIEL SCOTT B on Oct 1, 2022
this is pretty much ny house strain
Brian Root on Aug 25, 2022
For a few batches of IPA
Joshua Huber on Aug 10, 2022
Fits the style I am planning to brew
Joshua Huber on Jul 29, 2022
For English stout recipe
Donald L on Jul 21, 2022
Eric S on Jan 29, 2022
no wet English available
David B on Dec 11, 2021
Need yeast
Robert Y on Dec 6, 2021
Don't want my yeast to die...
Chris M on Dec 2, 2021
good past results
jim werner on Nov 25, 2021
Temperature range, I brew in my unheated shop.
Mr. Robert G on Oct 9, 2021
Used it before, worked well
Scott H on Oct 8, 2021
I like the liquid yeast
Vaughn G on Oct 8, 2021
Best yeast
Tom W on May 5, 2021
English brown ale
Mark Panther on Apr 20, 2021
Russian imperial stout
Nicholas A O on Feb 18, 2021
It matches the recipe
Rene R on Feb 5, 2021
Seeing if I notice the difference in my beer taste over dry yeast.
Mike T on Feb 3, 2021
giving this one a go for a couple batches vs dry yeast
Carl B on Jan 26, 2021
Made good beer
Jebediah K on Jan 11, 2021
I've always been partial to White Labs Yeasts. They are high quality
Michael B on Jan 11, 2021
same as above
Mike S on Nov 12, 2020
suggested for style
Zachary Pierson on Nov 9, 2020
Good results with white labs in the past
Kurt Vandenbrink on Nov 7, 2020
Have had good results from White Labs in the past
Vaughn G on Nov 7, 2020
Brown porter.
Jerry S on Oct 28, 2020
Used before with good luck
Chad Rau on Oct 27, 2020
Used this last time and it worked well
Scott H on Sep 23, 2020
Amazing yeast for high gravity Imperial Stout.
Robert C on Aug 19, 2020
Typically use White Labs yeast
Kenneth P on Aug 7, 2020
Tim B on Jul 29, 2020
worked well every time
Richard V on Jun 13, 2020
For beer style
Marc F on Jun 6, 2020
This yeast is a monster. Given a big enough starter it will churn through a 1.065 beer to 1.012 in a week.
Robert H on May 19, 2020
its good
Valued C on May 13, 2020
Need to start with something. I'll go down your list as I learn. See if I develope a preferance.
Brad T on May 7, 2020
great for porters
Brian Root on Apr 23, 2020
Clean ales, dry finish... great choice.
Jim Watts on Apr 1, 2020
jeff h on Mar 24, 2020
because its what my recipe called for
Garret H on Mar 20, 2020
recipe called for this
Leslie W on Mar 18, 2020
Want a drier IPA
William O on Mar 16, 2020
Trying to dry out dry out at British Strong Ale
James Ruane on Mar 16, 2020
Gregory G on Mar 4, 2020
Recipe requirement
Doug S on Jan 15, 2020
to make an imperial stout
Joshua Guthrie on Jan 9, 2020
Recommended in catalog.
Rene R on Dec 19, 2019
Brewing a Black IPA
Joshua Huber on Nov 8, 2022
to ferment
DANIEL SCOTT B on Oct 1, 2022

4.7 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Always happy with Dry English yeast
Always preforms, the porter wouldn’t be the porter it is with out it
January 10, 2023
5 months ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Got my yeast delivered about a week ago, made a yeast starter and 24 hours using a stir plate but still no yeast activity. Needless to say this shot my brew day to make my beer and made me miss a beer fermentation timeline to turn in my competition entry.
August 4, 2022
10 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
We are very sorry to hear about your yeast and the trouble you had. We try to do everything we can to ship yeast, safely but the summer time is especially hard on the little ones. We also are always happy to recommend shopping at your LHBS for temperature and time sensitive ingredients if you're lucky enough to have one close by.
August 12, 2022
Malcolm Lieban
Rated 4 out of 5
This is a great yeast strain, although I think I prefer the performance and flavor of 002 better.
March 18, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
I combined this with some yeast nutrient and brewed some cider for the first time. It worked better than I expected--fantastic results and superb product. Would buy again!
March 4, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
I'm brewing a smoked porter with a post-boil OG of 1.092; I should have used either 2 packages or did a starter, but I was being lazy. When there was no sign of fermentation after 15 hours I figured I had blown it and would have to pitch some spare dry yeast. By the next morning I had a very hardy fermentation going, and I have moved to the secondary after just 4 days with SG down to 1.020. This yeast has outperformed my expectations.
January 14, 2022
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Not impressed
I targeted 150F but hit more like 151F for my mash. pH was good at about 5.2. Let it go for an hour before sparging. So, i should have had low amount of "hard to ferment" sugars. Yet this yeast only achieved 72% attenuation (1.072 down to 1.020). I did a starter and that went well--went from a dingy greyish hazy to a nice khaki opague in about 48 hours. First time i've used this yeast though, so i may give it another go. Also had a similar issue with WLP066 London Fog. Wondering if these English yeasts have a hard time with the more complex sugars from a Alpha Amylase leaning mash (if that's truly what a 151.5F mash is).
August 25, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Classic English ESB yeast
This is one of my favorites. I use it for my milds and bitters. I also use it in many of my classic IPAs. The yeast doesn’t work well in a conical fermentor. I recommend a glass carboy. The wide flat bottom helps with this high flocculating yeast. I also recommend rousing the yeast halfway through fermentation.
January 6, 2021
over 4 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Cali Mountain stout
Used it for the Cali Mountain Stout kit. Instantly hitting coffee and slight toffee notes. The beer is still conditioning but the desired flavors came out already. One disadvantage is the WL packages is that other brands such as WYeast use a packaging system that will make it easier to get everything out of the plastic package into your yeast starter or wort, without having to squeeze it out like toothpaste.
April 19, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Get some!
Works every time. I’m a guy who uses dry as well live yeast. I’ve never been disappointed with either. What I use depends on Tim of year and/or what I m brewing?
December 27, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Amazing, highly flocculant yeast.
This yeast is crazy. I brewed an Imperial stout (OG 1.100) and it was pretty much done fermenting in less than two days. I thought I had a stalled fermentation but decided to just let it go and after 20 days FG was spot on at 1.028. I will definitely be using this again and would recommend to others to give it a try.
November 17, 2018
over 4 years ago