British Ale II lends a classic British character to beers. It combines high flocculation with a finish that can be, at times, slightly dry, though some have experienced this yeast to be a lower attenuating strain than some other British and American strains. It can be used to produce anything from cream ales to dry stouts, with every style in between. It is also used in a few more highly alcohol styles where malt notes form an invaluable backbone for other flavors.
|Temperature Range: ||63-75 F (17-24 C)|
|Cell Count: ||100 Billion|
|Alcohol Tolerance: ||10% ABV|
|Typical Styles: ||American Brown Ale, Brown Porter, Cream Ale, Dry Stout, English Barleywine, English IPA, Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale), Foreign Extra Stout, Irish Red Ale, Northern English Brown Ale, Special/Best/Premium Bitter, Standard/Ordinary Bitter|