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    SafAle™ BE-256 - 500 g

    SafAle™ BE-256 is defined by creating a fast fermentation, very high attenuation, high alcohol (v/v) tolerance, and provides subtle aromas with a balanced profile.
    SKU: BZZZ1977

    SafAle™ BE-256 (formerly known as Abbaye) is defined by fast fermentation, very high attenuation, high alcohol (v/v) tolerance, and provides subtle aromas with a balanced profile. SafAle BE-256 is perfect for a wide range of beers including low alcohol session style beers to higher alcohol beers like Belgian Abbey styles and IPA’s.

     

    INFO SHEET

    Products specifications
    % Dry Weight 94.0 - 96.5
    Usage Rate 50 to 80 g/hl in primary fermentation
    Fermentation Temperature 12-25°C (53.6-77°F) ideally 15-20°C (59-68°F)
    Flocculation High
    Residual Sugars 0 g/l - based on apparent attenuation of 82%
    Shelf Life 36 months from production date. 7 days if opened.
    Storage Store in cool (< 10°C/50°F), dry conditions
    Total Esters 20
    Total Superior Alcohols 274
    Viable Cells At Packaging >1 x 10^10 cfu/g for ales | >6 x 10^9 cfu/g for lagers

    SafAle™ BE-256 (formerly known as Abbaye) is defined by fast fermentation, very high attenuation, high alcohol (v/v) tolerance, and provides subtle aromas with a balanced profile. SafAle BE-256 is perfect for a wide range of beers including low alcohol session style beers to higher alcohol beers like Belgian Abbey styles and IPA’s.

     

    INFO SHEET

    Products specifications
    % Dry Weight 94.0 - 96.5
    Usage Rate 50 to 80 g/hl in primary fermentation
    Fermentation Temperature 12-25°C (53.6-77°F) ideally 15-20°C (59-68°F)
    Flocculation High
    Residual Sugars 0 g/l - based on apparent attenuation of 82%
    Shelf Life 36 months from production date. 7 days if opened.
    Storage Store in cool (< 10°C/50°F), dry conditions
    Total Esters 20
    Total Superior Alcohols 274
    Viable Cells At Packaging >1 x 10^10 cfu/g for ales | >6 x 10^9 cfu/g for lagers