They don't specify it is Kveik - Northern European Ale Yeast. Suitable to brew low ester ales with a clean palate even at high temps
I hope it is, as it has characteristic of Kveik
Be careful I followed the recipe and it turned out far to dark. Maybe I made a balls up somewhere. The only thing I can think of is that I mashed for 3 hrs. Let me know how it turns outI just bough those and will try to do Veinna lager with them. Hopefully they will do nicely. David use Voss Kveik and said in his video with a great result
. The Norsk yeast isn’t technically a Kveik yeast, but in saying that it gives clean results at high temperatures. The reason the manufacturer is reluctant to say it’s Kveik is because (apparently) there’s no real definition of one??? However, it’s based on a high Norsk farmhouse ale yeast that the lab were playing around with. Some good feedback on it too from those who’ve used it and it’s pretty popular.
I was in my LHBS (which is also a bottle shop) buying some MJ M15 for a brew next week and noticed they sell bluebird. If I hadnt of been buying some yeast already I would have bought a bottle to culture upIt's off topic I know but another I've tried in the past is Coniston Bluebird.
Sounds like bollocks to me. If there is no clear definition, all the more reason to call it Kveik and cash in on the trend.Got some info from from CML about hog-norsk yeast
I've used voss 3 times in beer and each time it's been hazy, I think it's not a very flocculant yeast. Hazy cider though, it's just scrumpy.I have made a small batch with Voss. Really unclear, weird activity. I was expecting big krausen like something and didn't really get much. The taste though was good. Would do again if I could get it clear.
I've been watching that ebayer he seems to sell out a lot but restock a lot too. Obviously very popular seeing as it's cheaper than the liquid stuff. Worth keeping an eye on the listing.Out of stock unfortunately. I think I will buy some omega and reuse as many time as I will be able to.
Need to get myself canonical flask and build a stir plate
He isn’t much cheaper than elsewhere - I only paid £8 for my Kveik compared to his £7. Given his stock spoilage will be zero, it’s a shame he’s not a bit more generous with the pack size. :)I've been watching that ebayer he seems to sell out a lot but restock a lot too. Obviously very popular seeing as it's cheaper than the liquid stuff. Worth keeping an eye on the listing.