WY1332 Northwest Ale Yeast - Wyeast

WY1332 Northwest Ale Yeast - Wyeast

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Originating from the Hales Brewery in Seattle via the Gales Brewery in the UK.  The Northwest ale strain is great for the production of most American style ales, only this strain will highlight the malt charchter and naturally occuring fruitiness in your beer.  This strain will add beutiful complexity to your next American ale!

One of the classic ale strains from a Northwest U.S. Brewery. It produces a malty and mildly fruity ale with good depth and complexity.

Flocculation: high
Attenuation: 67-71%
Temperature Range: 65-75° F (18-24° C)
Alcohol Tolerance: approximately 10% ABV

American Amber Ale
American Barleywine
American Brown Ale
American IPA
American Pale Ale
American Stout
Blonde Ale
Classic American Pilsner
Fruit Beer
Imperial IPA
Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer

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

Please Note: When choosing an ice pack option beware that the liquid yeast will not arrive cold even when shipped together. Ice packs and insulated mailing options are designed to keep the yeast colder for longer during shipment, but they will not ensure that your yeast arrives cold. We will not replace liquid yeast that arrives warm. During warmer months we strongly recommend you choose dry yeast.


Item # WY1332
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.19 LBS
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Kristian C on Jan 21, 2023
matches the beer kit from Northern Brewer!
Dan B on Aug 31, 2022
Like brand.
Kristian C on Jan 21, 2023
it was suggessted for the beer type
Paul J P on Oct 4, 2022
matches the beer kit from Northern Brewer!
Dan B on Aug 31, 2022
Brown ale
Marty J on Sep 8, 2021
I’m brewing a black IPA and I’ve used it before.
Brennan B on Aug 13, 2021
Eric T on May 6, 2021
Should go well with the SMASH I'm making
Michael R on Jan 29, 2021
very reliable
nick w on Jan 20, 2021
Specific recipe
Eric T on May 30, 2020
Never tried
Nathan C on May 12, 2020
It is required by the recipe.....
William G on May 5, 2020
Good choice again
Jerry on May 4, 2020
produces a nice IPA
Jeff L on Apr 15, 2020
Christopher D on Feb 19, 2020
Trying it
Matthew O on Jan 14, 2020
current recipe
Ryan T on Dec 10, 2019
need it
Adam R on Oct 29, 2019
I'm doing science! And experiments!
Andrew W on Aug 28, 2019
my standard
George S on Apr 26, 2019
good fermenting yeast always works well
Karen on Apr 15, 2019
Im making a wheat based beer, wyeast recommends this among others for the style.
Drewbrewski on Mar 15, 2019
Milk stout
Dan on Feb 7, 2019
Love all Wyeast Liquid yeasts....
Mike I on Nov 22, 2018
it was suggessted for the beer type
Paul J P on Oct 4, 2022
Brown ale
Marty J on Sep 8, 2021
What size batch and OG is this pack good for?
mike hutton on Dec 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: these are usually made for a 5 gallon batch , this style is very versatile and fits many profiles . We use it a lot during the year and get good results , Temperature range is always important . My favorite styles are Pale Ales and Browns . hope this helps.

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Rated 1 out of 5
Ice packs with yeast did not help during summer shipping
The whole “packing it with ice packs in a bubble pack” did not cut it after a 7 day trip across country in July. The yeast packet arrived hot and the cells were dead. Could not revive it with a yeast starter, so got other yeast at my LHBS. Everything else was fine, tho
August 2, 2022
10 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Wyeast (Northwest Ale) - 1332
Used it in a "Pliney the Elder" clone....Turned out perfectly.
February 19, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
y-yeast 1332
On activation responded well within 24 hrs and 12 hrs. Fermentation started within 5 hours.
October 12, 2018
over 4 years ago