Wild Yeast Strains

A collection of yeast isolated from the natural environment. Additional details on fermentation temp, attenuation, ABV tolerance, and flocculation will be added as they become available.

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BTN-70 Feints

This culture comes to us by a natural wine from Mendocino County, California. It produces a beautiful melody of sweet tarts, ripe peach skin, clementine, white grapes, and a hint of candied strawberry with a backbone of soft Brett funk. The acidity is very subtle even without hops. Perfect for an American Wild Ale, a funky Saison or IPA.

Ferm Temp

NA

Attenuation

High

ABV Tolerance

NA

Flocculation

Med

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BTN-67 Anse

This stain was isolate from a bottle of organic, sparkling Gamay wine from Anse, France, which is the at the southern edge of Beaujolais. It produces a fairly neutral profile with subtle white pepper, clove, and figs. It finishes very dry but has a fuller mouthfeel due to glycerol production. Perfect for a Biere de Garde, Belgian Blonde, or Witbier.

Ferm Temp

NA

Attenuation

High

ABV Tolerance

NA

Flocculation

Med

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MIP-001 pichia kluyveri

Highly aromatic with notes of candied orange and banana. This yeast can be used by itself the the production of low ABV beer or co-pitched with another yeast to drive ester production.

Ferm Temp

NA

Attenuation

Low

ABV Tolerance

Low

Flocculation

Low

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BTN-81 Yellow Jacket

This culture is from a curious yellow jacket that came into the lab. Brett-forward with notes of sweet tarts, ripe peach skin, dried lime peel, tangerine pith - very dry and minerally finish

Ferm Temp

NA

Attenuation

High

ABV Tolerance

NA

Flocculation

Low

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BTN-88 Lab Flowers 1

This strain of M. reukaufii comes from the Russian Sage plants outside the lab! Creates subtle notes of honey comb, white flowers, honey suckle, lime zest, unripe peach peel.
This yeast showcases a high potential of biotransformation but should be combined with a another yeast strain as it is a poor fermentor of maltose.

Ferm Temp

NA

Attenuation

Low

ABV Tolerance

NA

Flocculation

Low

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