Muntons Premium Gold brewer’s yeast has proved itself for many years as a particular favorite for brewers of all-malt beer recipes or recipes that call for a high percentage of malt in the grist formulation. It has the ability to resist ‘sticking’ a problem often experienced with all-malt recipe beers. And it has excellent flocculation characteristics; the yeast residue sticks to the bottom of the fermenter, bottle, or pressure barrel in a firm mass, resisting disturbance, meaning you get more beer, less waste. The ideal fermentation temperature is between 64° – 70°F to produce an alcohol tolerance of 8% ABV. It provides low ester formation but with relatively high residual sugar giving good body and mouthfeel.
Attenuation: High (70%)
Usage Directions: Sprinkle directly on up to 3 gallons of wort, most standard 5 gallon batches will need two packs or more. For best results, ferment at 64-70 degrees F.