Round up - Complete List of Muntons Gervin Yeasts, and when to use them
We sell the full range of Gervin Yeasts at Almost Off Grid, sealed in handy 5g sachets to keep them fresh, ready for use. Each 5g sachet of yeast is enough for a single fermentation of up to 5 gallons of wine.
Whatever you are brewing at home, there will be a Gervin yeast which fits the bill.
Complete list of Gervin Yeasts for Home Brewing
GV1 – Universal wine yeast with a green label.
Ideal for all general wine types: Quick start, settles well, clean bouquet.
For full bodied red and white wines: Quick start, rapid ferment, low foam.
Low foam, very tolerant, high alcohol wine yeast.
GV5 - White Fruit Wine Yeast with a Grey Label.
Perfect for white fruit wines. Ferments down to 8°C.
GV6 - Light dessert wine yeast with an Orange Label.
True sauternes yeast. Ferments down to 5°C, with fruity and floral characteristics.
GV7 - Restart Yeast with a Brown Label
Ideal for restarting a stuck ferment with residual sugar.
GV8 Red Table Wine Yeast with a Red label.
Ideal for Bordeaux/ Claret style wines. Ferments between 18 and 30°C.
GV9 - White Wine Yeast with a Black Label.
For German style White Wines. Also ideal for making rhubarb and gooseberry wine.
GV10 – Light Sparkling Wine Yeast with a Gold Label.
Perfect for superior sparkling and rose wines.
GV11 – Red Fruit Wine Yeast with a Dark Red Label.
Perfect for red fruit wines. Produces fruit wines with a fine bouquet.
GV12 – Ale Yeast with a Light Brown label.
Formulated to produce exceptional results with rapid fermentation for most beer recipes.
GV13 – Cider Yeast with a Dark Green label.
Perfect for the rapid and clean fermentation of all types of cider.
Gervin strains of yeast are used worldwide by the professional and amateur winemaker and beer maker. They will always produce a top quality result.
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