WY1335 British II Ale Yeast - Wyeast

WY1335 British II Ale Yeast - Wyeast

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One of our favorite strains for producing a nice clear English ale.  Try this on your next English bitter or brown if you prefer a drier, easier drinking beer.

A classic British ale profile with good flocculation and malty flavor characteristics. It will finish crisp, clean and fairly dry.

Flocculation: high
Attenuation: 73-76%
Temperature Range: 63-75° F (17-24° C)
Alcohol Tolerance: approximately 10% ABV
Cell Count: 100 Billion

American Brown Ale
Brown Porter
Cream Ale
Dry Stout
English Barleywine
English IPA
Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale)
Foreign Extra Stout
Irish Red Ale
Northern English Brown Ale
Special/Best/Premium Bitter
Standard/Ordinary Bitter

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 # WY1335
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
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Weight 0.19 LBS
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Good strain for my Ruby Red
Richard on Feb 10, 2022
Pumpkin stout
Marty J on Sep 8, 2021
Good strain for my Ruby Red
Richard on Feb 10, 2022
previous knowledge
Paul G on Nov 5, 2021
Pumpkin stout
Marty J on Sep 8, 2021
Wanted a highly flocculant, high attenuating clean ale yeast.
Terry M on Mar 1, 2021
Higher fermentation temp and to see if my homebrew taste differently with other type yeast
Elese S on Aug 29, 2020
red ale test
Dustin C on May 12, 2020
Love to use this in blends to mimic Adnam's beers.
David C Lavery on Apr 12, 2020
works well, but weak attenuation
Gerald F on Mar 19, 2020
recommended once by a morebeer rep.
David C Lavery on Apr 10, 2019
wondrous in hazy IPA
Scott W on Oct 5, 2018
I'm making a British style beer.
Stephen Genthner on Apr 6, 2018
New Dogtown APA Clone recipe
Dennis Ellis on Jan 22, 2018
previous knowledge
Paul G on Nov 5, 2021
Wanted a highly flocculant, high attenuating clean ale yeast.
Terry M on Mar 1, 2021

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This is the one
This is the one you want for a very traditional British Bitter, much like you would get in the eastern counties just north of London (Suffolk, Norfolk). This yeast with traditional British malts and a somewhat traditional recipe and methods, will yield a Bitter very, very similar to Adnams, Greene King, or the highly missed Tolly Cobbold. Be sure to use a good classic hop variety, Kent Goldings or Fuggles - and no, "bitter" does not mean to load the darn thing with as many hops as you can. A traditional bitter only has about 2 ounces of hops, maybe 3 (at the most) for a 5 gallon batch. On the Mr Malty website, it is claimed that this yeast comes from the Southwold Brewery (Adnams). BTW - the yeast in use at Adnams, last I knew, was the same one since WWII. It was changed then only because the brewery was bombed during the war.
November 16, 2014