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Red Star Dady 9804 Distillers Active Dry Yeast

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About Red Star Dady 9804 Distillers Active Dry Yeast

Daddy is a strain of saccharomyces cerevisiae. It is designed for use in grain mash fermentations for ethanol. The strain will produce maximum alcohol yields under controlled temperatures (less than 90 degree F, 32 degree C).

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8.14 out of 10, based on these 5 factors:

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  • What buyers say about Red Star Dady 9804 Distillers Active Dry Yeast


    It works well for spirits and two bags last a long time, it's the second time I've ordered this yeast.


    I was a bread baking novice when I bought this yeast and was pleasantly surprised at how delicious my first ever bread was, I had no idea that there were so many different types of yeast and I was only able to use one type of yeast at a time.


    I discovered on the internet that you can make bread with distillers yeast, and it was a great idea. I made six loaves of bread and everyone of them rose to incredible heights.


    The yeast is pretty effective, and it's better than bread yeast.


    I would recommend this to anyone who wants to make bread consistent.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    Correct, when it says enough for 500 gal, that's before distillation.

    A:

    Yes, it's enough for 500 gallons of mash.

    Q:

    How much corn mash and sugar would you need to make a 55 gallon barrel?

    A:

    It is necessary to make a starter of 16 oz. of boiled water mixed with 1/2 cup sugar, cool to 80 degrees, then add 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 tsp yeast energizer and mix well.

    Q:

    I heat my mash to about 100 degrees, can I add the yeast then, or should I wait until it cools down?

    A:

    Wait for your mash to cool before adding yeast.

    Q:

    Is it true that this is acrosby and baker?

    A:

    Home Brew Ohio replaces lower quality products. So take caution if you order from them.

    Q:

    Can you bake bread with this yeast?

    A:

    I would use bread yeast for baking bread.

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