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Fermentis Safale K-97

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SKU
2652
$3.95

Key Features

German Ale Yeast with low esters. Suitable for Belgian type wheat beers.
A German ale yeast that forms a large firm head during fermentation. Low Esters make it suitable for brewing Belgian type wheat beers. Low attenuation provides for good mouthfeel. Attenuation: Low Flocculation: High Temperature Range: 54-77F (Ideally 59-68F)

Average Attenuation

73

Yeast Origin

Continental Europe

Yeast Format

Dry

Yeast Type

Ale

Average Attenuation

73

Yeast Origin

Continental Europe

Yeast Format

Dry

Yeast Type

Ale

Customer Reviews
  1. Fast and Furious!
    Rating
    I've made a number of ales with K-97, and they have all turned out superbly. Granted, I should have let it sit for a while longer, or perhaps cold-crashed before kegging . . . the low flocculation rate usually turned my beers very hazy... if you over-hop you can make a nice NEIPA with this yeast. The flavor was fantastic and I certainly keep a few packs around for that end-of-summer brew.
    The only word of caution with this yeast - it is very fast and very active, so definitely use a blow-off tube. Depending on how full your fermenter is, the krausen will definitely clog and push out an air-lock!

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  2. Amazing
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    I used this on a Kolsch style beer. It performed magnificently. It produced an amazing krausen and had fantastic attenuation. The beer came out crisp and clean.

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  3. Great new yeast
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    Apparently this has been available for commercial brewers for a long time. I used it for a blond/kolsch and was pleased with the results. It is clean when fermented at 60 and I got good attenuation. I lagered it so I didn't have to worry about flocculation. I'm going to use it on all of my pseudo lagers mashing at 148.

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