Mangrove Jack M20 Bavarian Wheat Dry Yeast

Item Number: 29-10544

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Hefeweizen, Kristal Weizen, Dunkel Weizen and more
Bavarian Wheat Mangrove Jack M20

Species: Ale
Fermentation Temp Range (°F) : 59-86
Apparent Attenuation Range (%) : Medium
Flocculation: Low
Alcohol Tolerance: 14%

Pitching/Fermentation: Deliciously smooth, light golden in color, full-bodied aromas of vanilla and banana and a lingering aftertaste. This yeast produces a silky mouthfeel and rich body.
Suitable for brewing Hefeweizen, Kristal Weizen, Dunkel Weizen and more.
Attenuation: Medium
Flocculation: Low
Usage Directions: Sprinkle contents directly on up to 23 L (6 US Gal) of wort. Ferment at 18-30 degrees C (59-86 degrees F) for best results.
Storage Recommendations: Store in the fridge

Notes: Deliciously smooth, light golden in color, full-bodied aromas of vanilla and banana, and a lingering aftertaste. This yeast produces a silky mouthfeel and rich body.

Best Styles : Hefeweizen, Kristal Weizen, Dunkel Weizen and more

Looking for a Liquid or Dry Yeast Substitution? The brewers at Adventures in Homebrewing have tried most of them. The following are some suggestions that have worked for us.
Liquid Yeast Substitution: White Labs 380, Wyeast 3333
Dry Yeast Substitution: Munich

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Customer Reviews

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Aaron
A good hefe yeast

I have used this yeast for years now and its a great yeast. Good clove at the cold end and distinctive banana on the warm side. My only complaint is that it doesn't come in larger sizes.

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Timothy Shields
Nice dried yeast for hefeweizen

Yeast produced clove and subdued banana esters, which is my preference. I suspect if fermenting at a higher temperature more banana flavor would be present. However, for making dry-hopped hefeweizen, I prefer less.

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