Hello I hear that this yeast benefits from a diacetyl rest. Ok how would one do a diacetyl rest on an ale do u just wait 3 to 4days an raise the temperature up to 70f to 72f for 48 to 72 hours?
You are exactly right – once the fermentation seems to have waned and the krausen begins to fall, raise the temperature up by a few degrees and keep it there for 3-4 days. The whole beer will probably be ready in a week or maybe 10 days – couple 2-3 days for primary fermentation, then a few more days for the D rest. Could be all done in a week if the yeast is lively enough… but, don’t rush it either!