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Category: Distilling Yeast

Distilling Yeast

Yeast specially made for distilling.

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  • LiquidCulture – Clean and Fast – As the name says, this yeast ferments clean and fast and is ideal for any neutral grain spirit. Extended alcohol and temperature tolerance makes this strain very versatile.

  • Generally, you want to ferment it at a little bit warmer temperatures than you would a typical, beer yeast or wine yeast, at 28-34 degrees Celsius.

    The life cycle of your yeast:

    1. Yeast tries to adapt to its new environment, it will hit a bit of lag in its reproduction. One to two hours will go by with little activity. Be patient and give it time.
    2. After this cycle has passed, the yeast will start “feeding” on the sugars in order to sustain itself in its environment without any more oxygen. The yeast will eat fast, and within the first 3 days or so, most of the sugars will be gone. You’ll notice your airlock will be bubbling frequently at this stage, as carbon dioxide expels from the bucket
    3. This cycle is within the last days of fermentation as the yeast has eaten up all sugar and stops thriving. With the airlock now only bubbling every so often, the yeast will fall to the bottom of the bucket as it ends its cycles.
    4. You can use various clarifying agents to clear your batch.
  • DistilaMax® CN

    Dosage:

    • The optimal yeast dosage is variable according to individual distillery production processes.
    • Fermentation of cachaça: 0.50 grams per litre of wash or juice (dosage: 500 ppm).
    • Fermentation of cane juice or cane molasses: direct pitching: 0.40 – 0.60 grams per litre of wash or juice (dosage: 400 – 600 ppm).

    INSTRUCTIONS OF USE FOR SUGAR CANE SPIRITS PRODUCTION:

    1. For rehydration, use a clean container. Do not use demineralized water.
      Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits recommend the rehydration of DistilaMax CN
    2. Rehydrate the yeast in clean water (the water should be 10 times the weight of the yeast
      and at a temperature of 32°C – 36°C).
    3. Suspend contents carefully by gently stirring and then wait for 15 – 20 minutes maximum
      (minimum 10 minutes) before moving onto the next step.

    STORAGE, HANDLING & PACKAGING:

    To the best of our knowledge, the information contained here is true and accurate.
    However, any recommendations or suggestions are made without any warranty or guarantee since conditions and methods of use are beyond our control.
    This information should not be considered as a recommendation that our products be used in violation of any patents.
     DistilaMax CN should be stored in a cool and dry area away from heat and direct sunlight for maximum stability.
     Shelf Life: 3 years from date of manufacture if vacuum-seal is not broken.
     Packaging: DistilaMax CN is available in vacuum-sealed foil bags in boxes of 20 x 500 grams and 10kg.
    Technical Data Sheet
    DISTILAMAX® CN
    Yeast selected by the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Brazil)
    for use in the production of Rum
    4. Add this preparation to the wash. If there is a temperature difference of more than 8°C
    between the wash to be inoculated and the rehydration solution, add some wash slowly
    into the rehydration solution to reduce the temperature difference.
    5. Once the vacuum-sealed bag is open or broken, use yeast promptly

  • DistilaMax® GW is

    • recommended for use in the production of whisky and whiskey by fermentation of wort made from
      wheat or corn. It is also suitable for the production of American style whiskies from various whole grain fermentations.
    • DistilaMax GW has a short lag phase and ensures a very quick start of fermentation which reduces the risks of
      contamination by wild yeast and bacteria.
    • DistilaMax GW displays good temperature tolerance and performs well from 20°C up to 34°C.
    • DistilaMax GW produces a clean congener profile that is well-suited to grain whisky and whiskey
  • DistilaMax® HT

    Instructions:

    1. For rehydration, use a clean container. Do not use demineralized water.

    2. Rehydrate the yeast in clean water (the water should be 10 times the weight of the yeast
    and at a temperature of 32°C – 36°C).

    3. Suspend contents carefully by gently stirring and then wait for 15 – 20 minutes maximum
    (minimum 10 minutes) before moving onto the next step.

    4. Add this preparation to the wash. If there is a temperature difference of more than 8°C
    between the wash to be inoculated and the rehydration solution, add some wash slowly
    into the rehydration solution to reduce the temperature difference.

    5. Once the vacuum-sealed bag is open or broken, use yeast promptly.

  • DistilaMax® MW

     

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    1. For rehydration, use a clean container. Do not use demineralized water.

    2. Rehydrate the yeast in clean water (the water should be 10 times the weight of the yeast
    and at a temperature of 32°C – 36°C).

    3. Suspend contents carefully by gently stirring and then wait for 15 – 20 minutes maximum
    (minimum 10 minutes) before moving onto the next step.

    4. Add this preparation to the wash. If there is a temperature difference of more than 8°C
    between the wash to be inoculated and the rehydration solution, add some wash slowly
    into the rehydration solution to reduce the temperature difference.

    5. Once the vacuum-sealed bag is open or broken, use yeast promptly

  • DistilaMax® NT

    Instructions:

    Rehydrate the yeast in clean water (the water should be 10 times the weight of the yeast
    and at a temperate of 32°C – 36°C).
    3. Suspend contents carefully by gently stirring and then wait for 15 – 20 minutes maximum
    (minimum 10 minutes) before moving onto the next step.
    1. For rehydration, use a clean container. Do not use demineralized water.
    4. Add this preparation to the wash. If there is a temperature difference of more than 8°C
    between the wash to be inoculated and the rehydration solution, add some wash slowly
    into the rehydration solution to reduce the temperature difference.
    5. Once the vacuum-sealed bag is open or broken, use yeast promptly.

  • DistilaMax® RM

    Instructions:

    1. For rehydration, use a clean container. Do not use demineralized water.
    Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits recommend the rehydration of DistilaMax RM. 0.40 – 0.60g/L Potable Water 32°C – 36°C

    2. Rehydrate the yeast in clean water (the water should be 10 times the weight of the yeast
    and at a temperature of 32°C – 36°C).

    3. Suspend contents carefully by gently stirring and then wait for 15 – 20 minutes maximum
    (minimum 10 minutes) before moving onto the next step.

    4. Add this preparation to the wash. If there is a temperature difference of more than 8°C
    between the wash to be inoculated and the rehydration solution, add some wash slowly
    into the rehydration solution to reduce the temperature difference.

    5. Once the vacuum-sealed bag is open or broken, use yeast promptly

  • Highlands DADY

    Directions:

    Rehydrate

    In order to restore the dried yeast to its fully active state, it is necessary to rehydrate the yeast as rapidly as possible by adding yeast to 10 x its mass of water (1g yeast: 1L wort) at a temp of 32-36 degrees Celcius. Stir for 10-15 min before adding the yeast to the backwash.

    0.5-1g per litre of wort (500-1000ppm) is recommended.

  • Highlands DADY – 1kg

    Directions:

    Rehydrate

    In order to restore the dried yeast to its fully active state, it is necessary to rehydrate the yeast as rapidly as possible by adding yeast to 10 x its mass of water (1g yeast: 1L wort) at a temp of 32-36 degrees Celcius. Stir for 10-15 min before adding the yeast to the backwash.

    0.5-1g per litre of wort (500-1000ppm) is recommended.

  • LiquidCulture – Kentucky Fried Bourbon – From a traditional distillery in the heart of Bourbon Country, this strain produces a malty caramel character with a balanced ester profile. Suitable for bourbons or other American whiskeys with barley, rye, or corn base grains.

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  • LALBREW CBC-1™ – CASK & BOTTLE CONDITIONING YEAST LalBrew CBC-1™ has been specifically selected from the Lallemand Yeast Culture Collection for Cask and Bottle Conditioning applications due to its high resistance to alcohol and pressure. Has a neutral flavour profile and does not metabolize maltotriose, therefore the original character of the beer is preserved after …

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  • LALVIN EC-1118

    • Recommended for white, rose, and red wine production.
    • Highly recommended for secondary fermentation.
    • Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. bayanus
    • Desirable fermentation temperature: 10-30°C. (50-86°F)
    • Alcohol tolerance 18% v/v *subject to fermentation conditions.
    • Low relative nitrogen demand (under controlled laboratory conditions)
    • Short lag phase and high fermentation vigour. Cooling may be required to control this high vigour.
    • Very low production of H2S under low YAN conditions
    • Low production of SO2 binding compounds.
    • Moderate relative potential for SO2 production (can produce high levels of SO2 under low nutrient conditions, up to 50mg/L).
    • Competitive factor is active.
    • Low foam producer.

    25g/hL (2lb/1000gal) of Active Dried Yeast (this will provide an initial cell population of approximately 5 x106 viable cells/mL)

  • LiquidCulture – Whiskey – A strain is renowned for Scotch whisky production since the early 1950s. This yeast produces a complex array of ester compounds and fusel oils, as well as some spicy clover.

  • Strathspey DADY (Dry Activated Distillers Yeasts)

    Active dry yeast and recommended for use in the production of grain Whisky by fermentation of wort made from wheat or maize. It contains a selected strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae distillers’ yeast in a highly concentrated and stable form.

    Directions:

    Rehydrate

    In order to restore the dried yeast to its fully active state, it is necessary to rehydrate the yeast as rapidly as possible by adding yeast to 10 x its mass of water (1g yeast: 1L wort) at a temp of 32-36 degrees Celcius. Stir for 10-15 min before adding the yeast to the backwash.

    0.5-1g per litre of wort (500-1000ppm) is recommended.

  • Strathspey DADY (Distillers Active Dry Yeast)

    Active dry yeast and recommended for use in the production of grain Whisky by fermentation of wort made from wheat or maize. It contains a selected strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae distillers’ yeast in a highly concentrated and stable form.

    Directions:

    Rehydrate

    In order to restore the dried yeast to its fully active state, it is necessary to rehydrate the yeast as rapidly as possible by adding yeast to 10 x its mass of water (1g yeast: 1L wort) at a temp of 32-36 degrees Celcius. Stir for 10-15 min before adding the yeast to the backwash.

    0.5-1g per litre of wort (500-1000ppm) is recommended.

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