This wild cousin of Saccharomyces cerevisiae that is often found in wine fermentations was isolated from a serviceberry in Bloomington, IN in 2014.
- Category: Belgian ales, saisons
- Strain/species: Hanseniaspora uvarum
- Origin: Indiana, USA
- Attenuation: 45%
- Aromas/flavors: This yeast produces a yeasty aroma and lends a pleasant tart, spicy flavor to beer. It is recommended for a mixed fermentation with a neutral, more attenuative S. cerevisiae strain.
- Sizes: Pitches for 5-gal up to 30 bbl are available.