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East Coast Yeast Burton Union ECY17
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Price: $8.00


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Product Code: LYEC17


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Produces a bold, citrusy character which accentuates mineral and hop flavors. Well-suited for classic British pale ales and ESB.

Minimum Attenuation: 73%
Maximum Attenuation: 75%
Minimum Fermentation Temperature: 64°F (18°C)
Maximum Fermentation Temperature: 69°F (20°C)

Note: If you choose to ship ECY via USPS we do not guarantee that it will arrive without some slight leakage. ECY vials have a high cell count and may pressurize and leak during shipment. If this happens it is very likely that your yeast will be fine to pitch as we pack them individually and securely. If you ship via UPS as we recommend we will refund you for any leaking vials. If you ship via USPS you do so at your own risk.

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Delicious and slightly under-attenuated. December 30, 2014
Reviewer: Wes from Denver  
This was my first time using this Burton yeast when brewing an ESB, OG of 1.061.
I have attached my notes from beersmith:

Brew date= 12/6/2014  OG= 1.061
88% Marris Otter, 12% Crystal 60%
Yeast pitched when wort was chilled down to 62, and let rise up to 64-66F and held in that range.

12/11/14
SG= 1.026
So after 5 days only attenuated to around 45%.  abv is at 4.6% as of now.   Still plenty of yeast
in suspension, but no off flavors, and nice esters and sweetness on finish.
Carboy is now steady at ~64F,

12/13/2014
1.026/1.025  
Beer is still somewhat cloudy with yeast in suspension.

12/29/14
1.025
Beer has cleared beautifully, and taste is very nice.  Bright and
woody complex character to it.   Final abv is at 4.7%.  Real attenuation was at 47.2%.
I'll be brewing with this yeast again to see if it attenuates differently next time, overall  
this yeast has produced a very digestible and delicious English style ESB.


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