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OLY605 Lactobacillus Blend - Omega Yeast
OYL605

OLY605 Lactobacillus Blend - Omega Yeast

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Turn up the tang with Omega's Lactobacillus Blend. Lacto brevis and plantarum come together for a blend that is clean and reliable with a wide temperature range. The plantarum, isolated in collaboration with Marz Community Brewing, sours efficiently at lower temperatures. Maximum souring develops typically within 48 hours with no need to hold high temperatures as it is efficient at the lower end of its range. Note also that the blend is extremely hop sensitive, so make sure to add only to unhopped wort.
 
Attenuation: N/A
Flocculation: N/A
Alocohol Tolerance: N/A
Optimum Temp: 68-95°F
 

Please Note: For best results we Always recommend ordering an Ice Pack with your liquid yeast. Ice Packs can be found below in the "You might Also Need" section.

 

Item # OYL605
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 0.14 LBS
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want to see how it works for making a kettle sour
David D on Nov 20, 2019
have always had good results with this lacto brand
Curt D R on Oct 23, 2019
want to see how it works for making a kettle sour
David D on Nov 20, 2019
Worked great for a kettle soured Gose. Buying again.
Paul K on Nov 20, 2019
have always had good results with this lacto brand
Curt D R on Oct 23, 2019
Making a Weiss
Darrell D on Aug 28, 2019
Worked great for a kettle soured Gose. Buying again.
Paul K on Nov 20, 2019
Making a Weiss
Darrell D on Aug 28, 2019
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This will sour your wort. I stepped the pack up in a 1600 ml starter, much like a yeast starter, but kept at 94 F with a heat mat. Pitched the starter into 11 gallons of unhopped 1.040 wheat/barley wort. After two warm days, the wort was nicely sour, so I reboiled it with hops, chilled and pitched two packs of US-05. It seems to be fermenting nicely now. Hoping for a nice Berliner Weisse here.
October 15, 2019
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2 months ago