A ridiculously thorough flocculator thought to be from a highly regarded English ESB, British Ale VIII has unique fruitiness and noticeable finishing sweetness. It drops out quickly and completely. It is easy to crop, but needs a diacetyl rest. To enhance the fruit, ferment at the recommended temperature ceiling.
Imperial Yeast - A09 Pub
Wyeast - 1968 London ESB
Strain Type: British Ales
Flocculation: Very High
Temperature Range: 64–72° F (18–22° C)
Alcohol Tolerance: 9%
We ship all liquid yeast in a thermal envelope with an ice pack. However, it is difficult to guarantee that the ice packs will stay frozen given transit times and hot temperatures.