20 Gram Bulk Packs of Servomyces Yeast Nutrient via eBay
About this eBay Offering: Servomyces obtained in bulk and immediately repackaged in a 20 gram vacuum sealed bag. If you are used to using the common blister pack capsules, each capsule contains .28 grams to accommodate a 5 gallon batch. When purchasing these blister packs, you generally will pay over $7 a gram! How does less than a dollar a gram sound?!?
This 20 gram pack will be good for 20 bbls. More than you need? A blister pack for roughly the same price will only support 30 gallons of homebrew. If you brew more than that, it is a no-brainer. Split some with your brewing buddies in your homebrew club and become a hero.
Product Expiration: March 2018.
About Servoymyces (via White Labs):
Servomyces D50 is a naturally enriched single-strain brewing yeast (from the prestigious Hefebank Weihenstephan) that is used as a biological yeast nutrient. The propagation and drying process of Servomyces D50 has been specifically designed to accumulate a range of trace minerals and elements that are essential or limiting during alcoholic fermentation. No colours or preservatives have been used in its preparation; Servomyces D50 is produced in ISO 9002 approved production facilities.
- Minerals, when incorporated into some sort of living tissue, are more efficacious than when
presented as a salt. Servomyces D50 presents better bio-availability of minerals, which is a
very important factor in yeast nutrition.
- Servomyces D50 can decrease fermentation time significantly.
- Improves yeast sedimentation.
- Stimulates uptake of maltose and maltotriose, depending on the brewing strain, which results in higher alcohol yields.
- Stimulation of protein synthesis and yeast growth which leads to higher biomass production during propagation.
- It is reported that Servomyces D50 eliminates harsh sulphur notes and produces a smoother more balanced beer.
Usage for Servomyces D50
- 1 g Servomyces D50 is used for 100 litres of wort for fermentation.
- 2 g Servomyces D50 is used for 100 litres of wort for propagation.
- Practical trials have shown that addition of Servomyces D50 should be made to the kettle about ten minutes before cast for best results.
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