WLP003 German Ale II
Good for Kölsch, Alt, and German style Pale Ales. Strong sulfur component will reduce with aging. Clean, but with more ester production than WLP029.
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“Steady and strong”
This is like the diesel engine of yeasts - it revs low and pulls hard. Fermentation is almost inconspicuous, with little krausen but high attenuation is seemingly easily achieved. Sulphur output in primary is huge but the beer cleans up nicely in bottles, with a great balance of malty dryness. OG 1.040, FG 1.008.
“Very vigorous fermentation ... ”
Very vigorous fermentation, 2 inch krausen after 11 hours, blew off after 24. OG was not recorded, but FG was 1.008. Mash temp was low so that is probably why. Fermented at 65-67 then 70 for 5 days. Very clean, lager like profile. Made a really light American pale ale
Optimum Ferment Temp.65-70°F, Does not ferment well less than 62°F