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Glenn
07/23/06 10:18 AM  
Low flocculation (WLP 570) - what to do?
I'm brewing up a belgian golden ale recipe and I am using white labs "belgian golden ale" yeast.

The White Labs website mentions that this is a low flocculation yeast and they recommend filtering to clarify the beer.

Has anyone used this yeast? If so, did you filter it, use finings, drop the temperature after fermentation had completed or did you do anything else to help create a clear beer?

Cisco
07/23/06 05:28 PM  
Re: Low flocculation (WLP 570) - what to do?
I've used it lots. No I don't filter it or use finnings. All I do is let my keg lager at 36F for about 4 weeks and it will drop clear. Then you can bottle it or force carbonate it in the keg.
Glenn
07/23/06 05:45 PM  
Re: Low flocculation (WLP 570) - what to do?
Hi Cisco,

Thanks for the advice. I will do something similar.

Time to get back to the US Moto GP on Fox...

Glenn.

Sydney, Australia.

 
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