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K1-V1116 Dry Wine Yeast

K1-V1116 Dry Wine Yeast

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Rapid starter that can ferment well in low nutrient musts with higher levels of SO2 or sugar. Will overcome wild yeast. Expresses the freshness of white grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc. Will help restart stuck ferments. 18% alcohol tolerance. 59 to 86 degrees.

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Its a good deal for a good yeast
Chauncey S E on Sep 18, 2021
Sauf blanc fermentation
Matt Starr on Sep 8, 2021
Its a good deal for a good yeast
Chauncey S E on Sep 18, 2021
a fast aggressive yeast one of my favorites, using it on whites
MARK P. on Sep 17, 2021
Sauf blanc fermentation
Matt Starr on Sep 8, 2021
Go to Sauv. Blanc yeast in
Robert C on Sep 3, 2021
Fermenting low produces nice esters. Fermenting higher doesnt produce too many off flavors, and in time they mellow out nicely.
Greg M M on Jul 30, 2021
I have used it in the past, and it worked great!!
Donald B on Jun 15, 2021
can't buy yeast in bulk at LHBS--really like this yeast and my store also doesn't carry it
Heather J on Jun 10, 2021
Price, also have ordered from you before and had great service.
Ted W on Apr 17, 2021
Good for fruit Mead
Ash B on Mar 18, 2021
I'm making wine and I've used this product before.
Greggory P on Jan 27, 2021
Best yeast for restarting a stuck fermentation. EC-1118 works as well, but the flavors are not as desirable to me.
jakemw88 on Jan 27, 2021
Worked Great at Fermenting Agave
Ryan M on Jan 21, 2021
make mead
Christopher R on Oct 24, 2020
White wine fermentation
Luciano C on Oct 3, 2020
for dry cider and wines
Joel T on Sep 29, 2020
work horse yeast.
Juan B. O on Sep 23, 2020
good results
Mandi A C on Sep 5, 2020
Use for an active yeast
Michael S on Sep 2, 2020
High SO2 and alcohol tolerance
Ken J on Aug 25, 2020
FRUIT WINE
Ken S on Aug 14, 2020
Price
Ted W on Jul 30, 2020
was referred to it for use with fermenting agave nectar
Ryan M on Jul 4, 2020
Mead
Eric J on Jun 18, 2020
High alcohol tolerance
James S on May 26, 2020
Lavlin never fails me...
Shannon M on May 15, 2020
Mead
JP K on May 12, 2020
Used before.
Dennis D on May 9, 2020
Great yeast for Sauvignon Blanc
Mihai Bordea on Mar 2, 2020
Try a small batch high ABV mead
Russell Windham on Dec 12, 2019
It is good for Cider fermentation
Aaron L on Oct 31, 2019
Because it is among the most user friendly yeasts out there... and it has remarkable alcohol tolerance for going completely dry
Chris G on Oct 9, 2019
Yeast works great
Todd Hilsmeier on Aug 28, 2019
Standby for Traminette, state grape of Indiana
Greg Stricker on Aug 28, 2019
Will work down to 62 degrees. Plus higher alcohol out of your wine.
Dewey E on Jul 16, 2019
dandelion wine
steven a on May 7, 2019
Excellent yeast for Sauvignon Blanc
John J H on Apr 16, 2019
backup yeast to keep on hand
Dave Neas on Apr 10, 2019
Don't like the EC 1118 that comes with all kits
James R on Mar 11, 2019
recommended for a recipe
E. S on Oct 17, 2018
Because it lets me make awesome mead
Thomas R on Oct 9, 2018
used in past, works great for our hybrid whites
Johannes V on Oct 4, 2018
works well with white wines
Bobby C on Sep 10, 2018
Good all around yeast
Doug M on Aug 22, 2018
great with fruit wine
Andrew E on Aug 18, 2018
Easy to work with
James D on Aug 18, 2018
For cider yeast trials based on Scott’s Lab documents on characteristic
David M on Aug 8, 2018
This is a great yeast for fruit.
Tyler Y on Jun 26, 2018
Trying out a Satsuma Wine
Brian H on Jun 11, 2018
Good general purpose white and fruit yeast.
Douglas S on Feb 12, 2018
Tried and true. Guaranteed to unstick a fermentation crisis, and to produce potent output.
Chris M on Feb 2, 2018
a fast aggressive yeast one of my favorites, using it on whites
MARK P. on Sep 17, 2021
Go to Sauv. Blanc yeast in
Robert C on Sep 3, 2021
How long will this yeast last in the fridge?
Daniel Gutmann on Jul 18, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have used this yeast from one year ago. It works fine if ph, brix. must temp. yeast awakening methods are adhered to. Correct sulfite calculated and no antifungal agents on grapes. Fresh product from source, refrigerated all influence yeast life.
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Rated 5 out of 5
Used the 1116 yeast on a batch of apple brandy and worked great.
Apple brandy
Apple brandy
September 16, 2021
Purchased
2 weeks ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Reliable
Usually my go-to yeast for non-grape fruit wines
November 13, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Quick clean start to fermentation
Starts quickly and cleanly, little foaming. Added dry and was going like crazy within the day. Used for cider. Very consistent for all thee batches. Nice, clean taste at finish.
October 8, 2018
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Go to yeast for mead
This is my go to yeast for mead. I like that it has a high alcohol tolerance, kill factors, and keeps most of the honey aromatics in the final product. Design the must for what you want your final product to be. I've found that an OG of 1.100 results in a semi sweet - dry final mead. Clears great as well.
February 5, 2018
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Love this yeast!!!
I've made a variety of fruit wines and meads with K1V and they all turn out great. It has a HUGE temp range and when you ferment at lower temperatures, it gives you great aromas of floral, stone fruits, and citrus. It really depends on what you're brewing up. This yeast is also classified as a "killer" which means it will kill off any stray "wild" yeast that get into your batch which is a really good thing if you have fruit that may be a bit past prime. If you're making white wines, meads, light colored fruit wine or champagnes, give this yeast a try. You'll thank me later....
Cheers!
May 31, 2013