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WHC Labs 11g Yeast Packs

WHC 11g
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Brand: WHC Labs

WHC LABS HOME BREW YEAST PITCHES. More info here: HERE


MULTI BUY DISCOUNTS (On same variety and/or Mixes): 2 Packs - from £3.50 each. 3 Packs - from £3.23 each. 5 Packs - from £2.89 each. 10 Packs - from £2.75 each. 20 Packs - from £2.55 each


APRES SKI • Produces lagers with high session-ability. The lagers in general are clean and slightly floral and fruity. With low ester production and good flocculation it represents an excellent house lager strain option. Origin: Hurlimann Brewery

  • Dosage: 2X11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 8°C to 16°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 11%
  • Attenuation: 73% to 80%
  • Flocculation: Low/Medium
  • Comparative Strains: Swiss Lager, S-189
  • Bock, German Lagers, Helles, Lagers, Pilsner


BANANA SPLIT • Hefeweisen strain, unlike other wheat/hefe strains on the market this is non diastatic. Produces high amounts of isoamyl acetate which is perceived as a banana flavour balanced with less dominant aromatics of apple, clove and plum. The esters are more dominant at high temperature and at lower pitches. Leaves a crisp finish, raising the temperature can increase banana flavour. Nb. Produces a high Krausen

  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 19°C to 24°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 12%
  • Attenuation: 73% to 80%
  • Flocculation: Low/Medium
  • Comparative Strains: WLP300 Hefeweizen, Weihenstephan
  • Bock, German Lagers, Helles, Lagers, Pilsner


BOND • A clean, aggressive, attenuative, ABV tolerant, and highly flocculant ale strain. This yeast is the go-to house yeast for many microbreweries. This English-style yeast provides the backbone for everything from IPAs to stouts to barley wines. Oxygenation and/or rehydration for generation 0 may be beneficial, but not necessary.

  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 18°C to 22°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 14%
  • Attenuation: 76% to 80%
  • Flocculation: High
  • Comparative Strains: English Ale
  • Beer Styles: Brown Ales, Imperial Stouts, IPAs, Pale Ales, Red Ales, Stouts


EINSTEIN • A German Lager yeast that has it characterized by a clean profile, low ester formation during fermentation and medium sulphur production. A good bottom fermenting yeast strain for cold fermentation A great choice for all lager styles. Oxygenation and/or rehydration for generation 0 may be beneficial, but not necessary.
  • Dosage: 2x11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 9°C to 16°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 12%
  • Attenuation: 76% to 80%
  • Flocculation: Low
  • Comparative Strains: German Lager Yeast, Weihenstephaner
  • Beer Styles: German Lagers


FARMHOUSE VIBES • A diastatic farmhouse Saison yeast, high attenuation will dry out the beer and a high rate of glycerol production will produce a great mouthfeel. Expect a bouquet of pepper and fruit from this phenolic yeast. STA1 positive
  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 19°C to 26°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 12%
  • Attenuation: 80+%
  • Flocculation: Low-Medium
  • Comparative Strains: Lallemand Belle Saison
  • Beer Styles: Belgian Ale, Belgian Pale Ale, Belgian Strong Ale, Saison, Sours


HIGH VOLTAGE A Clean thermotolerant yeast, with little ester production. Fermentation temperature 31-35c. ABV tolerance 17%abv. Flocculation: High. It'll make beer of any style, including lager. Read more about High Votage here.
  • Dosage: half of a 11g pack to 2 x 11g per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 31°C to 35°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 17%
  • Attenuation: 76 to 80%%
  • Flocculation: High
  • Comparative Strains: Lutra
  • Beer Styles: All


HOPPIN PILS • Commonly used for bock, german lagers, kolsch, lagers and pilsners. A lager yeast that is recommended for IPL styles and/or dry hopped lagers. It produces some biotransformation that can elevate the hop profile on the clean base beer; this strain is also characterised by its high attenuation rate.

  • Dosage: 2x11g packs per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 10°C to 15°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 10%
  • Attenuation: 73% to 80%
  • Flocculation: Low to Medium
  • Comparative Strains: Weihenstephan 206
  • Beer Styles: IPL, Oktoberfest, Helles, Bock, German Lagers, Kolsch, Lagers, Pilsner

LAX • Ale yeast of American origin, isolated from a famous west coast microbrewery. With little ester production and a clean profile, it allows New World Hops to take center stage. The neutral aroma accentuates the hops, particularly in dry-hopped beer. The perfect strain for West coast IPA, Stouts, Brown Ales, Pale Ales, Imperial Stouts, and much more. Oxygenation and/or rehydration for generation 0 may be beneficial, but not necessary.
  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 18°C to 22°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 13%
  • Attenuation: 76% to 80%
  • Flocculation: High
  • Comparative Strains: American Ale, Chico
  • Beer Styles: Brown Ales, Imperial Stouts, Pale Ales, Red Ales, West Coast IPAs

LOW RIDER • Popular for lower ABV styles and classic cask alike – this low attenuating yeast is guaranteed to help your booze cruise in style. A yeast species that cannot ferment maltotriose, giving a low attenuation value leaving the attenuation in the mid 60s – depending on mash temperature and grain bill used. Low Rider produces a moderate amount of biotransformation and glycerol production helping the table beer have a fuller mouthfeel and complexity.
  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 18°C to 22°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 9%
  • Attenuation: 63% to 68%
  • Flocculation: Medium
  • Comparative Strains: Windsor
  • Beer Styles: Old style English & Scottish beers, Table IPAs, Low ABV, Table Pales

MANGO MADNESS • A thermotolerant yeast perfect for hoppy beers, with guava and mango ester production. Fermentation temperature 31-37c. ABV tolerance 17%abv. Flocculation: High. Attenuation: 76-80% It'll make beer of any style, but perfect for IPA's and the like. Read more about Mango Madness here.
  • Dosage: Half a 11g pack to 2x11g per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 31°C to 37°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 17%
  • Attenuation: 76% to 80%
  • Flocculation: High
  • Comparative Strains: Ebbegarden
  • Beer Styles: Double IPAs, IPAs, NEIPAs, Red Ales

OLD ENGLISH • A British-style ale yeast that is characterized by high attenuation, low ester formation during fermentation, and high ABV tolerance. A good top-fermenting yeast strain that is a great choice for pale ales, ambers, porters, and stouts. Oxygenation and/or rehydration for generation 0 may be beneficial, but not necessary.
  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 18°C to 22°C
  • ABV Tolerance:14%
  • Attenuation: 78% to 85%
  • Flocculation: Medium to High
  • Comparative Strains:Nottingham
  • Beer Styles: Amber Ale, Pale Ales, Porters, Stouts

SATURATED • A top cropping English yeast that is our most popular strain. This NEIPA yeast is the juiciest on the market, expect tropical fruit ester and plenty of biotransformation while maintaining good haze stability. Incredibly versatile, Saturated performs in a wide range of styles – from NEIPAs to cask ales and everything in between. Oxygenation and/or rehydration for generation 0 may be beneficial, but not necessary.
  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 19°C to 22°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 13%
  • Attenuation: 73% to 77%
  • Flocculation: Medium to High
  • Comparative Strains: London Ale 3, Juice, British Ale V
  • Beer Styles: Brown Ales, Imperial Stouts, NEIPAs, Pale Ales, Stouts, West Coast IPAs


SWEET RELEASE • Unlock a world of aromatic possibilities with our dried thiol-releasing yeast. It's a maltotriose negative strain that has high levels of biotransformation a very mango forward ester profile. Sweet release has a relatively low attenuation value which makes the yeast a great option for beer styles calling for a low ABV or a sweet body such as stouts or NEIPA’s. Thiols, those magical compounds found in hops and malt, hold the key to fruity, tropical, and citrus-like aromas that are highly sought after in today’s beers. Find out more here.
  • Dosage: 11g pack per 19-23litres
  • Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 18°C to 22°C
  • ABV Tolerance: 15%
  • Attenuation: 63% to 68%
  • Flocculation: Low
  • Comparative Strains: N/A
  • Beer Styles: IPAs, NEIPAs, Non-alcoholic, Pale Ales, Session IPA
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