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Wyeast's yeast nutrient blend is a proprietary mix of what yeast crave! Vitamins, minerals, both organic and inorganic nitrogen, zinc, phospates and other trace minerals are all included, giving yeast what they need to grow and propagate properly. Used at a rate of 0.5 teaspoons per 5 gallons of wort, Wyeast recommends dissolving in a small amount of warm water, then adding to the boil during the last 10 to 15 minutes of the boil. Proper yeast nutrition is most vital during yeast propagation and can help with stuck fermentations. Wyeast's blend is recommended not only during fermentation, but also in making yeast starters. Its use will help prevent lag time in fermentation, improve yeast viability and help achieve consistent attenuation. Highly recommended on every batch and starter you make!

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Use in every brew!
Wyeast Yeast Nutrient is a product I use in every batch that I brew. It is cheap insurance to help your yeast have all the nutrients and trace minerals that they need. Healthy yeast produce fewer off-flavors and are more prepared to fully ferment your beer. I not only use this in batches of beer, but also in yeast starters. For a few pennies per dose, why wouldn't you use this?
Feb 9, 2015  |  By Wes