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 Diamond™ is a true lager strain selected from the Doemens Academy Culture Collection in Germany.
The LalBrew Voss™ strain was obtained from Sigmund Gjernes (Voss, Norway), who has maintained this culture using traditional methods since the 1980s and generously shared it with the wider brewing community.
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
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.
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.
Britesorb BK 75 is a non-macerating silicic acid hydrogel that removes irreversibly only the protein groups which may cause low-temperature clouding.
Protosol is a specifically selected colloidal silica sol, which promotes sedimentation of proteins and other solids from beer and wort. Protosol effectively clarifies wort and beer at very low addition rates, enabling increased throughput of your brewery without the need for investment in tank or filtration capacity.
Alphamylase FA is a liquid fungal alpha-amylase that hydrolyzes the α-1,4 glucosidic linkages in starch, producing large amounts of maltose.
Alpha Acetolactate Decarboxylase is a decarboxylase enzyme that prevents the formation of diacetyl by the decarboxylation of alpha-acetolactate to acetoin.