Lallemand Brewing offers a large range of products to help your brewery achieve its growth and quality goals. Lallemand Brewing products are manufactured following the highest and strictest requirements for quality and purity, ensuring their unmatched performance and reliability.
Our product range includes commercial brewing yeasts, enzymes, yeast nutrients, process aids, microbiology media, and sensory kits.
LalBrew NovaLager™ is a true bottom fermenting Saccharomyces pastorianus hybrid from the novel Group III lineage that has been selected to produce clean lager beers with distinct flavor characteristics and superior fermentation performance.
LalBrew Wit™ is a relatively neutral wheat beer strain that can be used to produce a wide variety of wheat beer styles.
WildBrew Helveticus Pitch™ is a high-performance, high-purity lactic acid bacteria specifically selected for its ability to produce a wide range of sour beer styles.
WildBrew Sour Pitch™ is a ready-to-use dried bacteria, a strain of Lactoplantibacillus plantarum specifically selected for its ability to produce a wide range of sour beer styles
Servomyces is a naturally enriched single-strain brewing yeast, used as a biological yeast nutrient.
Yeastlife Extra is a powder yeast nutrient based on readily available sources of nitrogen blended with additional amino acids, minerals and vitamins.
Compac CG Tablets contain the semi-refined, granulated form of the seaweed species Eucheuma cottonii.
Cryofine contains purified isinglass in convenient powder form. It is added to beer at the end of fermentation to speed maturation and improve filtration by removing yeasts and protein particles. For the purposes of rapid dissolving, enhanced performance and long shelflife, the production of Cryofine involves improved disruption technology to enhance dissolving.
Glucoamylase 400 is a GMO free food grade saccharifying glucoamylase or amyloglucosidase enzyme derived from a selected strain of Apergillus
Alphamylase FA is a liquid fungal alpha-amylase that hydrolyzes the α-1,4 glucosidic linkages in starch, producing large amounts of maltose.