Danstar London ESB Dry Ale Yeast is a true English strain that has been selected for its reliable fermentation performance and moderate ester production that allows the various malt and hop flavours to surface. This yeast helps produce a range of delicious English-style ales featuring a clean, well-balanced aroma. The fermentation and aromatic profiles are suitable for producing Pale Ales, Bitter styles, and other traditional English beers. L
Optimum Ferm Temp: Traditional Ale Temperature 18-22°C (66-72°F)
Rehydration Instructions: Sprinkle the yeast on the surface of 10 times its weight of sterile water at 30°C to 35°C (86-95°F). Do not use wort, distilled or reverse osmosis water as loss in viability might result. Gently break any clumps to ensure that all yeast is in contact with the rehydration medium. DO NOT STIR. Leave to rest for 15 minutes then suspend (stir) the yeast completely and leave it for 5 more minutes. Then adjust temperature to that of the wort and inoculate without delay. With changes of temperature of more than 10°C adjust the temperature in 5 minute intervals of 10°C to avoid the formation of petite mutants or incomplete fermentation.
Storage: All active dry yeast should be stored dry and below 8°C.
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