Mangrove Jack M29 French Saison Ale Dry Yeast

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Saisons and Farmhouse style beers
French Saison Mangrove Jack


Species : Saison
Fermentation Temp Range (°F) : 79-90
Apparent Attenuation Range (%) : Very High
Flocculation : Medium
Alcohol Tolerance : Medium

Pitching/Fermentation : Sprinkle directly on up to 23 L (6 US Gal) of wort. For best results, ferment at 26-32 degrees C (79-90 degrees F). Storage Recommendations: Store in the fridge 10g Sachet

Notes : French Saison yeast is an exceptional, highly attenuative top-fermenting ale yeast that is ideal for fermentation of farmhouse style beer. Creates distinctive beers with spicy, fruity and peppery notes. Suitable for producing Saisons and farmhouse style beers up to 14% ABV.

Best Styles : Saisons and Farmhouse style beers

Looking for a Liquid or Dry Yeast Substitution? The brewers at Austin Homebrew Supply have tried most of them. The following are some suggestions that have worked for us.
Liquid Yeast Substitution : Wyeast 3711
Dry Yeast Substitution : Belle Saison

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Very active yeast

Yeast worked like gangbusters eating up sugar. Didn't check the date, but I bet this yeast doesn't fly off the shelves, but it works really well. Kicked into high gear after only about 1/2 a day. Finished dry but not too dry tasting, 1.055->1.005. Can't attest to it's spicy or fruity notes as both my hops and additions were spicy/fruity. Only issue is this yeast is quite clumpy forming clumps rather than more solid masses like most other yeasts. Also some of the clumps float on the top. I only used a primary and wound up bottling it through a hop bag to stop yeast. If I had to use this yeast again I would highly recommend skimming off the yeast from the top with your "mashing spoon" and using a secondary.

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