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Lallemand/Danstar Nottingham Ale Yeast is known for its vigorous fermentation, high flocculation and attenuation. It exhibits a neutral to slightly fruity and estery flavor and aroma profile. 
Attenuation: High
Flocculation: High
Optimum Fermentation Temperature Range: 57 - 70F
Alcohol Tolerance: relatively high (great choice for higher-alcohol specialty beers)

Additional Information

Yeast Format Dry
Brand No
Yeast Origin United Kingdom
Yeast Type Ale
Average Attenuation 75

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Customer Reviews

Very nice! Review by Stephen
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This took off in a hurry and took my 1.080 DIPA down to 1.010 within a few days. Wonderful! In secondary now so should have a good idea on any flavor contributions soon. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Drops clear and works fast Review by Gavin
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This is a very clean flavored yeast which works fast and drops very clear. Have used in APA'a as well as more usual English styles with success. I tend to ferment it to the cooler end of its range for a cleaner finish. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Great performer, very clean Review by Kenneth
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I use this yeast almost exclusively for my ale recipes. I usually ferment in the low 60's F and primary fermentation is complete in a few days for an average 1050 wort. Never had any off flavors with this yeast and always have good flocculation. Typical final gravity is 1009 to 1011, but when I want a maltier finish, I mash at 156-158 and final gravity is 1014-1016. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
One of my favorites Review by Al
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I have used Nottingham in Stouts and Blond Ales and always get fast fermentation with temps in the mid 60s. I never get any off flavors and ways get full attenuation and good flocculation. (Posted on 8/9/2016)

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