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Denny's Favorite 50- 1450

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This terrific all-round yeast can be used for almost any beer style, and is a mainstay of one of our local homebrewers, Mr. Denny Conn. It is unique in that it produces a big mouthfeel and accentuates the malt, caramel, or fruit character of a beer without being sweet or under-attenuated.

Flocculation: Low
Attenuation: 74-76%
Temperature Range: 60-70F 15-21C
Alcohol Tolerance: ABV 10%

   American Amber Ale
   American Brown Ale
   American IPA
   American Pale Ale
   American Stout
   Brown Porter
   Christmas/Winter Specialty Spiced Beer
   Classic Rauchbier
   Cream Ale
   Fruit Beer
   Imperial IPA
   Irish Red Ale
   Other Smoked Beer
   Russian Imperial Stout
   Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer
   Strong Scotch Ale
   Wood-Aged Beer

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  • 5
    Denny made me do it!

    Posted by andy on 9th Dec 2018

    Go to yeast for any rye beer! My Amber and my rye pale ale are brewed with this yeast. Both use rye and for some reason this is my favorite yeast when it comes to rye beers. It’s just clean as heck. That’s all I have to say about that.

  • 5
    Denny's 1450 rocks!

    Posted by Chris on 13th Jan 2015

    This is by far the best yeast I have used on brown ales. The mouthfeel is outstanding as is the attenuation and beer clarity. Very clean with no esters, it lets the malt shine through.

  • 5
    Fast Shipping

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Jan 2015

    Package came slightly swollen but I rack this up to USPS, they are pretty bad here in Wisconsin so it's not farmhouses or wyeasts mistake. Did a 1 liter starter with this bad boy to make sure it was viable, pitched it into a simple wheat ale recipe that will eventually be put on 6lbs of rhubarb and 5.5lbs of strawberry. It looked really powdery in the started so it's definitely low flocculation like the stats page says, hoping to use this to my advantage and the yeasties floating around will ferment out a good chunk of the sugar from the fruit.