White Labs WLP023 - Burton Ale Yeast

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White Labs WLP023 - Burton Ale Yeast

SKU:wlp023
£6.99

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REQUIRES REFRIGERATION.

From the famous brewing town of Burton upon Trent, England, this yeast is packed with character. It provides delicious subtle fruity flavors like apple, clover honey and pear. Great for all English styles, IPA's, bitters, and pales. Excellent in porters and stouts.

Attenuation: 69-75%
Flocculation: Medium
Optimum Fermentation Temperature: 68-73°F
(20-23°C)
Alcohol Tolerance: Medium
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From the famous brewing town of Burton upon Trent, England, this yeast is packed with character. It provides delicious subtle fruity flavors like apple, clover honey and pear. Great for all English styles, IPA's, bitters, and pales. Excellent in porters and stouts. Attenuation: 69-75% Flocculation: Medium Optimum Fermentation Temperature: 68-73°F (20-23°C) Alcohol Tolerance: Medium White Labs Inc. Pure Yeast and Fermentation team members have been active in the American and worldwide craft brewing movements since the 1980s. The company, which has grown to include offices in California and Colorado, provides a wealth of services to not only brewers but also winemakers, distillers and others in the fermentation business.
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Zone 1 - UK Mainland (all postcodes not mentioned in zone 2 and 3)

 

 

£2.99

 

 

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£4.99

 

£5.99 (24 hr) (Free non priority despatch option on orders over £65*)

£30 for Saturday delivery.



£11.99 (48 HR)

 

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£2.99

 

 

£3.99

 

 

£4.99

 

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£2.99

 

£3.99

 

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£13.99 (48 HR)

Zone 3 - Postcodes beginning with BT, IM, TR21,22,23,24,25

£2.99 £3.99 £4.99 £16.50 (48HR)

 UK Costs for orders over £65

 

  Up to 500g sent Royal Mail 1st Class 501 - 1kg Sent Royal Mail First Class

1kg - 1.5kg Sent Royal Mail 1st Class

Over 1.5kg to 30kg Sent Parcel Force

 

Zone 1 - UK Mainland (all postcodes not mentioned in zone 2 and 3)

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

1st 30kg Free .

Additional 30kg £5.99 but free with each additional £65 spend

 £30 for Saturday delivery.



1st 30kg £6.00 - £11.99/additional 30kg

 

Zone 1 - Isle of Wight

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

 

FREE

 

Zone 2 - Postcodes beginning with IV, HS, KA27-28, KW, PA20-49, PA60-78, PH17-26, PH30-44, PH49-50, ZE

 

FREE

 

FREE

 

FREE

 

1st 30kg £8.00 - £13.99/additional 30kg

Zone 3 - Postcodes beginning with BT, IM, TR21,22,23,24,25

FREE FREE FREE 1st 30kg £10.00 - £16.50/additional 30kg



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  • Rating
    Lively :D
    Review by MiggyManon 24/10/2016
    As per SteveF's review, you might want to give it a bit of space, the first run with this actually warped the lid on my fermenter :D

    I used it in a hopped-up coopers IPA kit, the results where pretty good and worked well with the hops I was using , after washing out the remaining yeast (A lot of washing in fact), I've got it fermenting a coopers stout with chocolate and black treacle, so far it's also doing a decent job :)
  • Rating
    I love this yeast but...
    Review by SteveFon 04/08/2016
    give yourself plenty of headroom.
    I got a bit greedy and took my bucket to the limit with a Durden Park porter and blew the lid off.
    Assistant brewer not pleased!
  • Rating
    Might not be what you expect, but give it time.
    Review by Ant Rogersonon 10/04/2016
    I bought this as a change from other English strains that I usually use, having seen it promoted as good in bitters. I brewed a 3.8% Yorkshire Bitter. I expected it to be climbing out of the fermenter after reading some reviews but mine was fine at 18C. Fermented in a week, I kegged it and tried a pint 2 days later. It tasted very odd and not what I expected. I re read some reviews and then found some people saying it was a tad too 'funky' for them. One person mentioned a green apples flavour and that's exactly what I had. Now, it wasn't undrinkable but wasn't to my liking and I was very disappointed. A week later still noticeably different from anything I'd brewed before but not as harsh as the original tasting. I skipped 2 weeks and have just tried another now. Very very different and has mellowed massively and is now quite a nice drink, miles away from the first pint a few weeks ago. So give it time to give its true flavour.
  • Rating
    Very reliable
    Review by Paulon 15/05/2014
    Very reliable and tasty results.
    I'm a massive fan of English ale so this is brill.
  • Rating
    Newbees be warned (but not alarmed)
    Review by bcsackon 06/05/2013
    Chose this yeast as my first foray into extract brewing - be warned after pitching it stinks ! (sulphur like smell) and after fermentation starts sedately - it takes off like a rocket with a prolific eruption through the airlock. I've read on other websites that this is normal !
  • Rating
    one of the best all rounders for ales
    Review by ibrewtoomuchon 13/02/2013
    a very versatile strain which will ferment will no aeration, relatively high wort temperatures, and with no pitching. produces wonderful esters and phenols (phenyl ethyl acetate) giving clove/honey/pear flavours. very good for belgium beers also.
  • Rating
    I'd recommend this yeast
    Review by Philip Aon 12/10/2012
    I'd recommend this yeast to anyone wanting to try out some more British yeasts...
    I brewed a Burton Ale Recipe by: Brad Smith (BeerSmith) It's going to be very creamy, Cheers