LalBrew® Belle Saison Belgian Style Ale Yeast - Lallemand

LalBrew® Belle Saison Belgian Style Ale Yeast - Lallemand

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Get all the traditional esters and spicy characteristics of Saison yeast strains with the convenience and fast start of an active dry yeast. Lallemand's Belle Saison starts fermenting quickly and keeps up the pace throughout, offering high attenuation and excellent alcohol tolerance. Cooling is not recommended for this strain, allowing the fermentation to progressively heat up will yield all the fruity and spicy notes expected from a Saison.

Beer Styles: Saison
Aroma: Citrus, pepper
Attenuation: High
Fermentation Range: 59-95°F
Flocculation: Low
Alcohol Tolerance: 15% ABV

*See the technical data sheet below for information on rehydration, usage and storage.

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Chose dry yeast due to shipping.
Alex S on Sep 2, 2020
I like the attenuation potential & temperature range. I like that it is kill-factor neutral.
John L on Aug 13, 2020
Chose dry yeast due to shipping.
Alex S on Sep 2, 2020
Thought I'd give it a try with some ginger beer.
Dr. Thorian H on Aug 17, 2020
I like the attenuation potential & temperature range. I like that it is kill-factor neutral.
John L on Aug 13, 2020
Matthew D on Aug 13, 2020
Bought more stuff to get free shipping - makes no sense I know lol. I'll need it anyway.
Robert L on Jul 22, 2020
for a Saison (7lbs 2-row, 4lbs light munich, 1lb honey, 3 oz homegrown Cluster hops, 1/2oz Saaz pellets, irish moss)
Galen O on Jun 12, 2020
Out of Belgian witbier
VINCENT B on Jun 3, 2020
Something new to try out and reasonable price.
Mario P on Jun 3, 2020
Pending saison brew.
Richard Schmittdiel on May 29, 2020
It is dry and can ship without damage
Darren J on May 27, 2020
Love this yeast for saison's and stronger belgian ales
Isidro J Z on May 19, 2020
Warming up, so will try saison.
Bruce M on May 19, 2020
Used before, like it.
John K. on May 12, 2020
dependable and tasty
Dave W on Apr 9, 2020
Trying new yeast strains
vince s on Apr 1, 2020
Try something different
Joseph S on Mar 25, 2020
Making a Belgian Quad. Want ABV to be crazy high.
Ben A on Mar 23, 2020
DANIEL M on Mar 9, 2020
Great for ciders
Nicholas J on Feb 22, 2020
Because it tears through everything.
Neil G on Jan 27, 2020
I actually love this for Cider.
Michael Hoccom on Jan 9, 2020
Makes an excellent Saison beer - great esters and phenols and good attenuation.
Chris P on Dec 6, 2019
Doing trials
cperac on Nov 16, 2019
For cider
Evan R on Nov 1, 2019
heard it makes good cider
Ryan R T on Oct 21, 2019
Using for hard cider
Todd C on Sep 24, 2019
For use in cider
Alex P on Jul 26, 2019
Because it's Belle Saison, and it makes fantastic beer.
Jeremy A M on Jul 12, 2019
Making a cider.
Eddie M on Jun 22, 2019
I love Belgian beers with fruity esters
Dean D on Jun 5, 2019
Add a little spice to my blonde ale.
Michael F on May 18, 2019
Don H on May 5, 2019
This yeast is perfect for making ciders!
Alexander S on Apr 25, 2019
For a certain recipe I brew.
Ronnie M on Apr 1, 2019
wyeast 3711 was only available to ship from CA. It would have taken a week plus!
Kevin K on Mar 14, 2019
To make cider
Jeremy Praetorius on Mar 5, 2019
This is my go to Saison Yeast
Lester H on Feb 19, 2019
Trying something new based on positive reviews
Russ R on Feb 14, 2019
Robin M on Feb 13, 2019
Gonna try it in a cider
Isaac Ramsey on Jan 15, 2019
Love using this to make dry Cider.
Michael Hoccom on Dec 5, 2018
cause its a champ and finishes dry
Carl Rustic on Dec 4, 2018
Supplies to brew in Africa
Nathan C on Dec 3, 2018
new cider recipe
James S on Nov 22, 2018
Great yeast for higher temps
John Z on Nov 20, 2018
To dry out a saison that's not attenuating properly.
Steve T on Nov 17, 2018
my saison beers come out great with this
James S on Nov 17, 2018
Ease of use
Zach G on Oct 22, 2018
Using in a cider.
John H on Oct 3, 2018
Heard it was a great yeast to use in a cider.
Bryan M on Aug 31, 2018
Thought I'd give it a try with some ginger beer.
Dr. Thorian H on Aug 17, 2020
Matthew D on Aug 13, 2020

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Great dry yeast
My Belgian Ale is fantastic thanks to this yeast.
I can't order live yeast during the summer. I rehydrated this yeast and made a starter with the Propper Starter
September 9, 2020
3 weeks ago
Great Saison Yeast
Made a 2-liter starter for a 6-gallon batch. Started quickly and fermented to a nice dry finish in about 8 days in warm ambient temperatures. Resultant beer cleared well after two weeks with a bit of Bio-Fine. This is a nice dry, drinkable saison.
August 17, 2020
3 months ago
My "Go To" yeast.
Love this yeast, it's a no-fail beast of a yeast that works with a variety of grain bills and temps. I'm no style purist, so I tend to use it for all types of dark and light ales.
December 20, 2019
9 months ago
Got two good saisons with this yeast. Got one up to 95f the other I keep at 75-80. Got what I expected. I'll be using it for my sac. yeast with wild ales, and more saison... The devil
October 4, 2019
1 year ago
Excelente Levadura Saison
Muy buena levadura saison
April 29, 2019
1 year ago
First Saison, Great Results
Used this in a 5 gal. batch. 100% Dingmans Pilsner Malt, low & slow beta sach rest + mashout. 90 min. boil w/ magnum at 90, 1 oz EKG at 10 and 1 oz EKG 0. OG 1.050, FG 1.002, 20 IBU, 6.6% ABV including 6 oz priming sugar (dextrose.) Chilled wort to 70F, pitched 1 package rehydrated Belle Saison, ambient temp stayed at about 78-85F through out fermentation. Dropped to 1.008 in 2 days, and down to 1.002 after 4.5 weeks total in in primary. Took 3 weeks in the bottle to get full carb. Flavor and aroma was great. Pineapple and bubblegum when young, Red apple, green apple, lemon, banana, and alcohol after maturation. Slightly tart and a bit of odd vitaminy herbal flavor, I think from the hops. Scored a 34.5/50 in a local BJCP sanctioned competition, judges said it wasn't dry enough. Obviously FG was pretty low so I think IBUS and SO4/CL ratio need to be higher. Definitely recommended!!!
November 11, 2018
over 2 years ago