Dry Yeast - CBC-1 (11 g)

Dry Yeast - CBC-1 (11 g)

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CBC-1 is a fast starter and robust strain which can be used to ferment/referment beers up to 12% ABV. Ferments well in the range of 59 - 77° F. This yeast is a great choice for carbonating beers when the original yeast will not cut it. Great for use when bottle-conditioning Saisons, Tripels, IPAs, and pretty much anything else! CBC-1 does not impart any flavor on the beer to be refermented / bottle-conditioned.

Item # DY41
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.03 LBS
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For bottling a barleywine.
Kevin B on Jun 26, 2020
Looks interesting
Bill S on May 29, 2020
For bottling a barleywine.
Kevin B on Jun 26, 2020
Recommended for bottle conditioning my barley wine
Joseph L W on Jun 9, 2020
Looks interesting
Bill S on May 29, 2020
Wanted to carbonate some of the braggot I'm making.
Valued C on May 28, 2020
Whenever I make a RIS or barleywine I like to bottle condition at least half of it and the yeast makes sure it will carbonate.
Jon on May 4, 2020
try it
Thomas W on Apr 24, 2020
I always get consistent bottle carbonation and very little yeast sediment.
Rex O on Apr 23, 2020
For bottle conditioning
Andres L on Apr 7, 2020
Also making a Scottish ale
Steven L on Mar 27, 2020
Keg Conditioning
DANIEL M on Mar 9, 2020
DENNIS B on Dec 13, 2019
Husband said too.
Cynthia K on Nov 8, 2019
Good stuff
MICHAEL K on Oct 10, 2019
Works great for bottle conditioning!
ROBERT P G on Aug 28, 2019
to carb conditioned cider
Shayne L on Jun 21, 2019
Bray Denard from Denard Brewing said it makes wine-like mead
Susan K on Dec 12, 2018
I use to carbonate my lagers
Martin H on Sep 14, 2018
bottle condition a barrel aged sour
Nick S on Aug 21, 2018
Experimenting to see how this yeast performs as a primary fermentation yeast for clean, hop forward beers
Valued C on Jul 24, 2018
try something new
Donn Martin on Jul 24, 2018
bottling high gravity quad
John B on Jul 3, 2018
I need it for bottle conditioning high ABV beers
Lester H on Apr 28, 2018
going to try naturally carbonating in the keg
Chris McNally on Apr 21, 2018
For priming my cask ales
Steve P on Mar 5, 2018
For bottling a well aged Barleywine
Robert H on Feb 12, 2018
Recommended for bottle conditioning my barley wine
Joseph L W on Jun 9, 2020
Wanted to carbonate some of the braggot I'm making.
Valued C on May 28, 2020

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Re-pitch for bottle-priming
I have used this yeast several times for bottling big beers or beers that have aged a long time. I never want to rely on the fermentation yeast having enough life left to bottle prime. Fresh yeast gets it carbed up, no problemo. Rehydrate in a few ozs of water and pitch into the beer in the bottling bucket. Give it a gentle stir and bottle.
July 9, 2020
8 months ago
Killer Yeast
Cleans up and carbonates
June 3, 2020
2 months ago
best yeast
This yeast provides a clear beer, this is my go to yeast
June 1, 2020
2 months ago
Excellent for bottle conditioning!
I bottle condition every style with this, it’s great!
April 13, 2020
9 months ago
Good conditioning yeast
Use it for keg conditioning IPAs. Ferments up the priming sugar in 7-10 days so it does work fast. Have not noticed it imparting any new yeast flavors from using it as a conditioning yeast.
March 29, 2019
over 2 years ago
great yeast for bottle conditioning my beer
February 18, 2018
over 2 years ago
It Works Every Time
CBC-1 is now a standard part of my brewing procedure, I use it every time I bottle. Say goodbye to flat beer.
February 22, 2017
Good after long term aging
Worked great from a RIS after bourbon barrel aging
May 27, 2015
The real deal
The true solution to undercarbed bottle conditioned beers. Is truly neutral in contribution to beer flavour. now my beers always carb up consistently.
May 8, 2014
Exactly as advertisted
Bought this to use as bottling yeast when bottling a 14 month old Oud Bruin. It did a fine job carbonating the beer, and I plan on using this in the future with any other beers I plan on letting ferment for a long period of time.
May 6, 2014