Omega Yeast 028 Belgian Ale W

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Omega Yeast Belgian Ale W

OYL-028 Now With 50% More Yeast!

Species: Belgian Ales
Fermentation Temp Range (Degrees F): 64-78
Apparent Attenuation Range (%): 74-78
Flocculation: Medium
Alcohol Tolerance: 11-12%
Cell Count: 150 Billion

Pitching/Fermentation: An eruptive top cropper displaying nice fruit and rustic phenolics. This reliable Belgian strain is a good flocculator with a wide temperature range. Three famous brewers ferment this on vastly different schedules, showing the varied outcomes available.

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: WY3787
WLP530
Dry Yeast Substitution: Abbaye Ale Yeast (Danstar)

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Joseph Brewer
Cinnamon Off Flavors

Made a yeast starter a pitched it into a 5 gallon batch in my 7.5 gallon conical. The high krausen overflowed which made it seem like a promising, hard-working yeast. Tasted after the primary and the batch had cinnamon overtones, hoped it would mellow out in secondary, never did. Tried on another half-batch of the same style just to make sure, same off flavors. Very disappointed.

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Richard
Bit slow but great quality

Had krausen still on day 10 fermenting at around 65. Move to 70 and finished great in another week. Read slowness isnít unusual for Belgian yeast but good to be aware of if youíre on time crunch.

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