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Brettanomyces Bruxellensis

SKU YH-169 Category

Performance Data

High attenuation, produces a lemony/tart/subtle Brett aroma and yields flavors characterized as lemon, limoncello, and mint with a slight undertone of the more typical Brett barnyard funk. Can be used in a wide range of temperatures (68-99°F) with a potential flavor sweet spot of 80-85°F. Would work well in a saison or Brett IPA.

Origin: Spontaneous fermentation (Indianapolis, IN)Attenuation: 75-85
Flocculation: LowTemp Range: 80-85
Alcohol Tolerance:

This yeast is available in commercial pitches of 1BBL or more

Yeast Substitutions

We have found Propagate Lab's Brettanomyces Bruxellensis to be comparable to the following commercial and homebrew strains:

Omega: None
BSI: None
White Labs: None
Wyeast: None
Imperial: None

These are recommendations based on yeast performance under similar conditions. Contact the yeast producer for more information on substitutions.


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