Brewer's Yeast Definition


What is brewer's yeast?


Brewer's yeast is used to make beer, wine, bread and any other fermented beverage, food or product. Brewer's yeast is a single celled fungus that ferments from the top or the bottom and reproduce asexually by budding. They are unique in the world of yeast and have essentially been domesticated. Certain strains work best with certain beers and other products, contributing the flavors the public anticipates.