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AEB Fermo Kveik H – 500g

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FERMO Kveik H Dry active top fermenting aromatic Kveik strain for production of a wide spectrum of beer styles.

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From Hornindal, Norway is fast-fermenting (48-72 hrs) at warm temperatures with outstanding flocculation properties. Consistent, intense flavours of stone fruit, tangerine, pineapple & mango without harsh phenolics or higher alcohols make it ideal for fruity and New World hop-forward beers.

A genuine top fermenting Kveik strain from Hornindal, Norway. It features extremely fast fermentation at a warm temperature range with complete final attenuation within 48 to 72 hours and an outstanding flocculation ability. This allows relevant energy savings & optimization of the fermentation cellar capacity. It produces clear beers with a consistent flavour profile with intense yet pleasant stone fruit, tangerine, pineapple & mango notes across the entire optimal fermentation temperature range.

An excellent choice for the production of fruity & hops forward beers.

It does not produce harsh phenolics nor overpower higher alcohols even at the warmest end of temperatures.

Direct Pitch: (recommended)

50-90 g/hL of cold wort at 23-37°C. Pitch the yeast directly into the fermenter at the primary fermentation temperature of your preference as per your beer recipe.

500g net packs

Additional Information

Weight1.2 lbs
Dimensions4.25 × 2.5 × 5.5 in

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