Brewing a fruity NEIPA, tropical ale or just a fruity IPA? Give LalBrew® New England American East Coast Ale yeast a go. New England American East Coast is an ale strain selected specifically for its ability to produce a unique fruit-forward ester profile desired in East Coast styles of beer. A typical fermentation with LalBrew® New England will produce tropical and fruity esters, notably stone fruits like peach. Through the expression of a β-glucosidase enzyme, LalBrew® New England can promote hop biotransformation and accentuate hop flavour and aroma.
It's important to know when you ferment with Lallemand New England yeast that the lag phase can be longer when compared to some other yeast types. It can take up to 36 hrs before you see any activity. So don't panic if 24 hrs after pitching there is no airlock activity. That's normal for this yeast. Also, the fermentation, in general, is a bit slower than most ale strains and it may take longer for the beer to reach your targeted FG. Again, that is normal and expected.
BEERS TO BREW: NEIPA, IPA, Tropical Ale, East Coast Style Ales, fruity ales.
INGREDIENTS: Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), emulsifier E491.
FERMENTATION: Ideally at 15-22°C (59-72°F).
PITCHING: 11g per 20 L (50 - 100g/hL to achieve a
minimum of 2.5 - 5 million cells/mL).
ATTENUATION: Medium to High.
REHYDRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Rehydration of New England American East Coast yeast is recommended for use, and will reduce osmotic stress on the yeast when rehydrated and pitched in liquid form. Rehydration guidelines are quite simple and present a much lower risk of contamination than a starter, which is unnecessary with dried active yeast. Sprinkle the yeast on the surface of 10 times its weight in clean, sterilized water at 30-35°C (86-95F). Do not use wort, or distilled or reverse osmosis water, as loss in viability will result. DO NOT STIR. Leave undisturbed for 15 minutes, then stir to suspend yeast completely, and leave it for 5 more minutes at 30-35°C. Then adjust the temperature to that of the wort and inoculate without delay. Attemperate in steps at 5-minute intervals of 10°C to the temperature of the wort by mixing aliquots of wort. Do not allow attemperation to be carried out by natural heat loss. This will take too long and could result in loss of viability or vitality. Temperature shock, at greater than 10°C, will cause the formation of petite mutants leading to long-term or incomplete fermentation and possible formation of undesirable flavors. Lallemand New England American East Coast yeast has been conditioned to survive rehydration. The yeast contains an adequate reservoir of carbohydrates and unsaturated fatty acids to achieve active growth. It is unnecessary to aerate wort upon first use. When using Lallemand Brewing Yeasts, you may repitch the yeast just as you would any other type of yeast according to your brewery’s SOP for yeast handling.
STORAGE: New England American East Coast yeast should be stored dry below 10C° (50°F). Yeast will rapidly lose activity after exposure to air. Do not use 500g or 11g packs that have lost vacuum.
SHELF LIFE: Refer to best before end date printed on the sachet. Opened packs must be re-closed, stored in dry conditions below 4°C, and used within 3 days. If the opened package is re-vacuum sealed immediately after opening, yeast can be stored for up to two weeks below 4°C.
Percent solids 93% - 97%
Living Yeast Cells ≥ 5 x 10^9 per gram of dry yeast
Wild Yeast < 1 per 10^6 yeast cells
Bacteria < 1 per 10^6 yeast cells
Pathogenic micro-organisms: in accordance with regulation