Dry vs. Liquid Yeast

Through our Research & Development team, White Labs has done extensive research on the differences between dry yeast and liquid yeast. Liquid yeast has enhanced esters, higher flocculation, more concentrated yeast pack and higher viability after fermentation. Additionally, professional brewers can get multiple generations from liquid yeast, which reduces the overall cost. For example, White Labs customers can get up to 10 cycles from one pitch of our pure liquid yeast, whereas dry yeast customers pitch new packs each ferment.

Yeast contributes more than 500 flavor and aroma compounds and the use of lab-grown, high-quality liquid yeast creates a cleaner more complex final product. All White Labs yeast comes with a guarantee that each culture has met our strict quality control standards.