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Belgian Ale D

This “devil” of a strain is thought to be from the famous strong golden ale brewer. The bargain with Belgian Ale D is classic sacrifice for pay off: tricky fermentation kinetics for rich flavor profile and aroma complexity. If tempted by this flavorful and low flocculating stop-and-starter, but you're seeking more reliable performance, let us know and we can suggest a great alternative.

This strain tests positive for the STA1 gene, an indicator of Saccharomyces cerevsiae var. diastaticus. This strain may have the ability to metabolize dextrins over time, resulting in higher than expected attenuation.

  • Strain Type

    Belgian Ales

  • Flocculation


  • Attenuation


  • Temperature Range

    64–80° F (18–27° C)

  • Alcohol Tolerance