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Wyeast 2035 American Lager

Item #: 2035XL
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Rated 4.0 out of 5, based on 1 review
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$7.49

A complex yeast strain, Wyeast's American Lager strain is a great choice for American lagers of all kinds.

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Originating from the August Schell brewery in Minnesota, Wyeast's American Lager strain has more complexity than the Pilsen Lager strain. The August Schell brewery is one of the oldest family-owned breweries in the United States, and as such, have developed unique house strains of yeast that produce beers with significant character. This strain is known to be more bold and robust than other strains used in the production of classic American Pilsners, but comes highly recommended by a number of brewers who have used it to great success.

Warm Weather Shipping Notice

During the hot summer months we include complimentary ice packs with ALL liquid yeast orders, but cannot guarantee that the ice packs will stay cold during transit, and thus the yeast can potentially be exposed to hot temperatures. We highly recommend ordering dry yeast during the summer months or if you are ordering from a warmer climate.

Yeast Specifications


Temperature Range: 48-58 F (9-14 C)
Flocculation: Medium
Cell Count: 100 Billion
Attenuation: 73-77%
Alcohol Tolerance: 9% ABV
Typical Styles: Classic American Pilsner, Dark American Lager, Lite American Lager, Premium American Lager, Standard American Lager.

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Used 2 smack packs to make a 4L starter for a 3 gallon batch (yes, that's what it called for). Smack packs were very slow to expand. Never saw any evidence of fermentation in starter except for slurry of yeast at the bottom of the flask. Pitched any way. Bubbling began about 3 days into primary followed by krausen at 5 days at 48 degrees. After 2.5 weeks, rested primary and fermentation took off at 68 degrees. Lagering now in secondary. I think all is well but was unprepared for the exceedingly slow performance.
Mar 16, 2016  |  By JR
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