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WLP925 HP Lager - White Labs Yeast

WLP925 HP Lager - White Labs Yeast

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The new HP Lager strain from White Labs is ideal for fermenting under pressure.  When beer is fermented under pressure, it allows for the production of a clean flavor profile, even when fermenting a lager at room temperature.  Fermenting under pressure is advantageous in that it reduces ester and fusel alcohol production, reduces or negates the possibility of oxidation, carbonates the beer during fermentation and  allows you to ferment warmer than you would otherwise. Check out The Fermentasaurus if you are in the market for an affordable fermentor that holds pressure.

Use to ferment lager beer in one week! Ferment at room temperature (62-68°F) under 1.0 bar (14.7 PSI) until final gravity is obtained, generally in one week. Lager the beer at 35°F, 15 PSI, for 3-5 days, to condition. Sulfur production is strong first 2 days, then disappears by day 5. Do not need to carbonate, since at 1 bar entire time.

Attenuation: 73-82%
Flocculation: Medium
Optimum Fermentation Temp: 62-68

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

Item # WLP925
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Weight 0.14LBS
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Fermenting in vented Cornelius Keg; also for speeding up lager ferment
William E on Jul 31, 2018
Fermenting in vented Cornelius Keg; also for speeding up lager ferment
William E on Jul 31, 2018

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Won’t use “regular” lager yeast again. No stall out, quick, clean, has fermented down to 1.010 every time.
April 12, 2018
8 months ago
Fermented at recommended range 65F and 15 psi. Carbs up nicely with natural carbonation. Overall character is little more ale like with light fruity esters but definitely has a slight lager character as well. Great yeast for a cream ale.
January 22, 2018
11 months ago