Hey guys, making up a roggenbier recipe and am wondering about a yeast to use. BeerSmith has a profile for a Safale WB-06, but I can’t seem to find anything on the forum about it. Wondering if it throws enough esters and phenols to cut through through the huge amount of rye, 52% of my total grain bill. I can ferment pretty warm if I need to.
I am building my stirplate, so that is why am I hoping to find a dry yeast option. My OG is estimated at 1.052, so I would need 4 Wyeast packs, or 2 packs of dry for a 10 gal batch. I do not have a lot of experience with wheat yeast strains sticking mostly to barley based ale beers until now.
thanks for the help!