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Point of attention! 

Note that you could find different temperature recommendations on our 11,5grs sachets or on an old version of our TDS. In a logic of continuous improvement and thanks to the applied research, conducted by our R&D teams on our different yeast strains, we have recently updated our fermentation temperature recommendations to better serve brewers and homebrewers. For sustainable reasons, we made the choice to use our remaining stock of printed sachets before we re-print new ones, this is the reason why you could find differences on usage recommendations between sachets (or older versions of our TDS) and our website. We’ll make the adjustments on the sachets as soon as possible. In the meantime, don’t worry if you have already fermented your beers by following our previous usage recommendations, you’ll still obtain GREAT results!


The optimal yeast to reveal the esters in Lager beers


The ideal wheat beer yeast for Belgian-style whites


A historical yeast for German-style wheat beers


An all-in-one yeast & enzyme blend for dry complex beers.


The first dry Brett designed for your bottle and/or cask conditioning

An all-in-one yeast & enzyme blend for lower-carb dry lager beers

The obvious choice for dry flavorful beers, such as Brut IPA

The ideal yeast for low- and no-alcohol beers

The obvious choice for very high gravity beers

Ideal for dry and spicy Belgian-style beers, like Saisons

Designed for bottle and cask conditioning

The champion yeast for Strong ales

The ideal yeast for English & American ales, with balanced fruity notes

The strong & robust lager yeast, ideal for neutral beers

A great yeast for elegant lagers with floral notes

The solution for fruity and hoppy lagers

Beer yeast for delicate and hopped beers

The right phenolic yeast for English & Belgian-style ales

The perfect solution for wheat base beers

The all-road neutral ale yeast

Ideal yeast to enhance hoppy and fruity expressions of your ale beers