WLP410 - Belgian Wit II Ale Yeast
Brewers should take notice when using WLP410 Belgian Wit II Ale Yeast that it may take a long time to take off. This strain will also require more vigorous aeration and the use of yeast nutrients for achieving the best results.
When used correctly, WLP410 can be a very versatile specialty strain that produces excellent and complex Witbiers, Belgian Strong Ales, Blonde Ales, Abbey Dubbels and Trippels, Biere de Garde, Heffeweizens, and Saisons.
It may require some recipe adjustment and temperature control if compared to other specialty strains, but the results will certainly be worth the extra effort.
|Description:||WLP410 Belgian Wit II Ale Yeast is a specialty strain with a character of its own. It was sourced from another brewery than the WLP400, and its flavour character is defined by less phenolic notes and more straightforward spices similar to Belgian Abbey beers. This makes it a great alternative for Abbey ale strains when brewing specialty Belgian beers, while the Witbiers it produces tend to be slightly sweeter and with more body, despite the medium attenuation and low flocculation as in WLP400.|
|Attributes:||Attenuation: 70% - 75%
Flocculation: Medium to Low
Alcohol Tolerance: Medium (5 - 10%)
Optimum Fermentation Temperature:67°F - 74°F
Seasonally produced, limited availability.