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Wyeast 4766 Cider
WY4766

Wyeast 4766 Cider

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Description

I was a doubter at first, but after using the Wyeast Cider strain, I am now a convert.  I used to ferment my ciders with English Ale (sweet) or Champagne (dry) yeast, but no longer! I have found a delicious Cider yeast that highlights the flavor of the apples and does not ferment too dry.  After we started stocking this strain, it became impossible to keep it in stock during the harvest season!
 
This yeast creates a nice balance for any type of apple, pear, or other fruit. It gives a crisp and dry ferment and allows the fruit character to dominate the flavor profile.
 
Flocculation: Low
Attenuation: NA
Temperature Range: 60-75F, 15-24C
Alcohol Tolerance: 12% ABV
 
Styles:
Apple Wine
Common Cider
Common Perry
Cyser (Apple Melomel)
English Cider
French Cider
Fruit Cider
New England Cider
Traditional Perry
Other Sppecialty Cider or Perry

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

Item # WY4766
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 0.19 LBS
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Great for Cider I am making
Amanda w on Apr 8, 2021
making a hard cider
Matt E on Nov 18, 2020
Great for Cider I am making
Amanda w on Apr 8, 2021
Used before successfully
Richard O on Jan 23, 2021
making a hard cider
Matt E on Nov 18, 2020
To make cider
John S on Nov 9, 2020
something new
eric e on Oct 28, 2020
Try something in making cider
Alfredo T on Sep 23, 2020
Used before
Richard O on Jul 31, 2020
Trying something new
Bill S on Jul 10, 2020
Making cider
Anthony C m on Jun 20, 2020
Making coder
Anthony C m on Jun 2, 2020
Experimenting with different yeasts for a draft mead.
Jacob B on Apr 27, 2020
Cider
Cole M A on Mar 5, 2020
The yeast had my targeted alcohol tolerance
Yang L on Jan 8, 2020
Good reviews
Wade R on Nov 20, 2019
I have used it before and it works great
Rickey on Oct 21, 2019
Availability
Eric J on Oct 2, 2019
Cider time!
Gus Fort on Mar 19, 2019
Using this on a cooler fermented cider.
Weston R on Mar 14, 2019
Curious
Josh F on Feb 5, 2019
Friend Suggestion
Mark E M on Dec 5, 2018
Have seen good reviews for this yeast.
Anthony M on Nov 17, 2018
because is not easy get this in Mexico
Miguel L on Nov 17, 2018
Making cider
Ronald V on Nov 17, 2018
i am making cider soon
Michael B on Sep 12, 2018
Used before successfully
Richard O on Jan 23, 2021
To make cider
John S on Nov 9, 2020
how much yeast for a 10 bbl batch?
Chip Kent on Mar 6, 2021
BEST ANSWER: That is always a tough question to answer since yeast is the most complex variable in brewing. One good thing to keep in mind is that more is (almost) always better and the upper limit is astronomical. Two packs is sufficient for low and regular strength fermentations that will be fairly warm, e.g. a brew below 6% abv fermenting above 67 degrees fahrenheit. If you are brewing stronger or colder you will have healthier yeast with 3 packs; both stronger and colder and you will do best with 4. Also, no matter what, yeast nutrients are vital to keep yeast from making excessive sulfur, acid, and heavy alcohol. Always it is great to be aware that different recipes and cultivars will make different flavors even when used with the exact same yeast treated the exact same way. Cheers!
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