Brewlab Yeast Slope - Thames Valley 3 Ale Yeast - BB: 18/06/2024

Brewlab Yeast Slope – Thames Valley 3 Ale Yeast – BB: 18/06/2024


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Ideal for standard bitters with moderate ester production and strong flocculation

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Ferment your home brewed beer like a professional using a Brewlab Yeast Slope – exclusively prepared for The Malt Miller by all round yeast experts, Brewlab

Brewlab Yeast Slope have advantages over both dry and wet yeast for home brewers. Using fresh yeast, made from a Brewlab slope, will lead to a quick start and healthy fermentation. Each slope is freshly prepared for The Malt Miller and is supplied with a certified screen for contamination and Diastaticus. Use our simple instructions to grow the yeast cells to the required pitching rate.

Yeast cultures supplied by Brewlab are held on agar slopes to preserve their viability and consistency. They are stable for up to 6 months if kept in a refrigerator below 4C. Don’t freeze as this will spoil their viability.

Little equipment is required to prepare a yeast slope, a glass jar is sufficient. Remember, never grow yeast in a sealed vessel as the CO2 produced will cause a pressure build up. Check out our yeast slope preparation bundle here

Yeast Slope Instructions

Brewlab Thames Valley 3 Ale Yeast Profile:-

Single character.  Standard bitter production.  Slow fermentation speed.  High mineral worts preferred.  Moderate ester ability.  Strong flocculation.

This London ale yeast has slow but steady fermentation abilities, prefers a strong mineral wort and produces a low to moderate ester flavoured beer.  Very low sulphur is produced under stress and phenolic off flavours are not produced.  It flocculates strongly producing a light head initially while cells sediment rapidly at the end of fermentation forming a strong sediment.

Thames Valley 3

Additional information

Weight 0.30 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 2102101090


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