Pinnacle Distillers Yeast (MG+) 10 kg

An active dried yeast well-suited for use in both malt and grain fermentations. It has the collective capability to tolerate high gravity and temperature.
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Pinnacle Distillers Yeast (MG+) is an active dried yeast well-suited for use in both malt and grain fermentations. It has the collective capability to tolerate high gravity and temperature.

  • Has a high cell count (> 20 x 109 cells/g)
  • Rehydrates well in direct pitch applications
  • Is noted for its resulting spirit having high organoleptic qualities

 

Application

This yeast product can be applied in a variety of cereal based mashes. Pinnacle Distillers Yeast (MG+) can withstand a wide range of starting fermentation temperatures with an optimum range of 28°C to 38°C (82°F to 100°F). Yeast can be either pitched directly to the attemperated mash or rehydrated.

Directions for Use

Yeast can be added directly to a fermenter at a dose rate of between 0.5 and 0.9 kilograms per 1000 litres (1 - 4 pounds per 1000 gallons).

Please contact us for availability

 

TECH SHEET

MG+ IN THE SCOTCH WHISKY INDUSTRY

 

Pinnacle Distillers Yeast (MG+) is an active dried yeast well-suited for use in both malt and grain fermentations. It has the collective capability to tolerate high gravity and temperature.

  • Has a high cell count (> 20 x 109 cells/g)
  • Rehydrates well in direct pitch applications
  • Is noted for its resulting spirit having high organoleptic qualities

 

Application

This yeast product can be applied in a variety of cereal based mashes. Pinnacle Distillers Yeast (MG+) can withstand a wide range of starting fermentation temperatures with an optimum range of 28°C to 38°C (82°F to 100°F). Yeast can be either pitched directly to the attemperated mash or rehydrated.

Directions for Use

Yeast can be added directly to a fermenter at a dose rate of between 0.5 and 0.9 kilograms per 1000 litres (1 - 4 pounds per 1000 gallons).

Please contact us for availability

 

TECH SHEET

MG+ IN THE SCOTCH WHISKY INDUSTRY

 

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