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WLP518 Opshaug Kveik Ale - White Labs Yeast
WLP518

WLP518 Opshaug Kveik Ale - White Labs Yeast

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WLP518 Opshaug was originally sourced for White Labs by world traveler and blogger Lars Marius Garshol, who has authored several books on farmhouse ales and historical brewing. This kveik strain was isolated from a mixed culture which belonged to Harald Opshaug, a farmhouse brewer in Stranda, Norway. This strain was originally used in the 1990s to produce several kornøl-style beers. It is a clean fermenting yeast and has tolerated temperatures up to 95°F (35°C) while finishing fermentation within three to four days. The hop-forward, clean characteristics of this strain make it ideal for IPAs and pale ales.

Attenuation: 70–80%
Flocculation: Medium to High
Optimum Fermentation Temp: 77–95°F
Alcohol Tolerance: Medium - High (8–12%)
Cell Count: 100+ Billion

 
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 # WLP518
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 0.14 LBS
ConditionNew
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Kviek doesn't need temp control and ferments in 3 days
andrew T p on Mar 27, 2020
Fast ferment recipe.
James B on Mar 24, 2020
Kviek doesn't need temp control and ferments in 3 days
andrew T p on Mar 27, 2020
Quick/Kveik Beers for Crazy times
Matt D on Mar 27, 2020
Fast ferment recipe.
James B on Mar 24, 2020
seemed like a good idea at the time
John R on Mar 23, 2020
Quick/Kveik Beers for Crazy times
Matt D on Mar 27, 2020
seemed like a good idea at the time
John R on Mar 23, 2020
I normally use dry yeast and a starter. Will this pack be sufficient for a 10 gallon batch of approximately 1.050 OG or should I plan to make a starter?
Ronald Skarbo on Jan 29, 2020
BEST ANSWER: In my humble option I WOULD make a starter for a 10 gallon batch. If it was a 5 gallon batch you could probably get away with no starter.
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