Each beer shows the uniqueness of each yeast strain through our split batching process.
Part of our Scientist Series!
Emil Christian Hansen isolated the first lager yeast strain which was introduced into the brewing world on November 12, 1883. The most famous of all wheat beers is the German Hefeweizen, known for producing one of our favorite esters, Isoamyl Acetate, which gives the distinct flavor and aroma of banana.
Banana | Clove | Lemon
Brewed with WLP300 Hefeweizen Ale Yeast; this classic example of wheat beer showcases expression of banana-like aromas with a doughy malt backbone.
Also Available with
Banana | Bread Dough | Bubblegum
Brewed with WLP380 Hefeweizen IV Ale Yeast; this yeast adds a balance between esters and phenols. Clove-like phenols paired with bubblegum-like esters add complexity while complimenting drinkability.
Ever wonder which yeast would go well in a blonde ale recipe? In collaboration with Craft Beer Professionals, we went coast to coast from San Diego, CA to Norfolk, VA to see our brewery friends at Three Notch’d Brewing, Makers Craft Brewery, and Elation Brewing to give them the ultimate yeast challenge!
Each style of beer glass serves one purpose, to enhance your drinking experience. Some are designed to showcase the delicate effervescence of a pilsner while others are sized in larger volume to encourage a long “session” or lower ABV highly drinkable styles such as some English beer styles.