Omega Yeast 071 Lutra Kveik

Item Number: 24-OYL071

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Omega Yeast Lutra Kveik

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Species: Norwegian Kveik
Fermentation Temp Range (Degrees F): 68 - 95
Apparent Attenuation Range (%): 75-82
Flocculation: Medium-High
Alcohol Tolerance: 11%
Cell Count: 150 Billion

Pitching/Fermentation: Isolated from our Hornindal Kveik (OYL-091) culture, Lutra is shockingly clean with unrivaled speed when pitched at 90 Degrees F (32 Degrees C). The strain is perfect for brewing a refreshing pseudo-lager without the lead time of a lager. Lutra is your worry-free way to navigate the evolving demand for cold ones.

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: n/a
Dry Yeast Substitution: Mangrove Jack M12,
Lalbrew Premium Series Voss Kveik Style Yeast

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Gregg McCollister

Best for sudo-lager

Timothy Hymel
Kviek yeast

This is a fast starting yeast and a fast finisher

Tom Dee
Decent choice for a quick AleToberfest

Pitched this 3 times this fall. Once on a Special spiced ale on 9/9 (1.078-1.016) (meh but I put in too much cinnamon), once on a LutraCris IPA (1.070-1.022) that is still Keg conditioning, and on 9/30 I brewed a 1.054 OG 28 IBU "Oktoberfest." After dropping to 1.034 in 24 hours (!), the Aletoberfest completed primary on 10/7 at 1.014. Cold crash on 10/12, raised the temp up for a diacetyl rest for a few days then force carbed it for two days. It really came out very clear and clean, actually wanted more malty backbone but it dropped available sugars like a stone.

William Minor
Amazing and quick turnaround for crisp ales

Amazing yeast for crisp ales/psuedo-lagers. Made two amazing batches of Brown Ale with this! Fermented and bottle conditioned in literally a week. Just set it out on your porch during these hot Texas summers and watch that baby complete in an insane time, with a lot of the cleanness and crispness of a lager.

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