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Danstar BRY-97 American West Coast Dry Ale Yeast
Danstar BRY-97 American West Coast Ale Yeast
 
Danstar BRY-97 American West Coast Ale Yeast - Selected by the Siebel Institute Culture Collection, the Danstar BRY-97 American West Coast Yeast is used by a number of commercial breweries and now available to the homebrewer 11g sachets. A classic in American ale yeast that offers excellent fermentation performance.
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Danstar BRY-97 American West Coast Dry Ale Yeast


Quick, clean and well-attenuating are the chief properties of this ale yeast. Most comparable to "Chico"-style strains. Stays clean, even at slightly higher than average temperatures (up to 78F). Higher flocculation than most other strains of the style.

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great west coast ipa style October 23, 2016
Reviewer: jean martin boulanger from quebec, QC Canada  
you have to rehydrate the yeast, just follow the instruction and it taste very good very good yeast

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Odd flavour to it October 23, 2016
Reviewer: Jason Fischer from Toronto, ON Canada  
Tried this yeast and found an odd (unpleasant) flavour to the beer.

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great yeast for IPA February 4, 2016
Reviewer: jimb from quebec  
Solid ale yeast, ferments very well from winter IPA at 16C to 22C summer heat never been disapointed by the yeast.  You've got to follow the instruction and rehydrate the yeast before pitchin it.  I rehydrate and add some nutrients for even better results.

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American west coast ale yeast December 7, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Toronto  
Solid ale yeast, ferments very well I like it enough I collected a sample when transferring to secondary for future use. Next time I will definitely be adding some nutrients for even better results.

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