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High Spirits Turbo 48 Turbo Yeast

MSRP: $3.99
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Now: $2.75
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SKU:
30001110
UPC:
91037973955
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Kosher Certified:
Yes
Ferment Time:
2 - 7 days
Max % ABV:
18%
Yield in Gallons:
6.6
Ferment Temperature:
86-100F (30-38C)
  • 175g sachet (6.2 oz)
  • Each sachet yields 6.6 US Gallons (25L)
  • Certified Kosher (Pareve)
  • Urea Free

High Spirits Turbo 48 will ferment to 14% in approximately 48 hours, or up to 18% in 5-7 days, just like other 48-hour turbo yeasts. What sets High Spirits Turbo 48 apart from other yeasts is that High Spirits does NOT contain Urea (using Urea in fermentation can increase production of ethyl carbamate, which is is known to cause cancer). Using Urea in beverage-grade fermentation is even against the law in some countries because of these health risks.

High Spirit Turbo 48's combination of a very high-temperature-tolerant (to over 100F!), neutral fermenting yeast and a special blend of minerals, vitamins, and nutrients offer the purest fermentation of any turbo yeast available. Produced in our Texas warehouse right here in the USA, High Spirits Turbo 48 Yeast is both fresh and affordable.

Guidelines for Use:
13lbs (6kg) sugar = 14% abv in 2 days 17lbs (7.6kg) sugar = 18% abv in 5-7 days

Directions:
1. In an 8 gallon (30L) or larger fermenter, dissolve 13-17lbs (6-7.6kg) of granulated sugar into 2 gallons of hot water. Ensure that sugar is completely dissolved before continuing.
2. Using ice, cold, or hot water, top up to 6.6 gallons (25L) to obtain a liquid temperature of 95F (35C). Do not add turbo yeast until liquid temperature is at or below 95F (35C).
3. Add contents of package, stirring vigorously for 2 minutes or until contents are fully dissolved. Never re-hydrate turbo yeast in less that the full volume of liquid as it can kill the yeast.
4. Cover fermenter with a lid and airlock.
5. Allow to ferment at 86-100F (30-38C) for 2-7 days, or until complete.

Ingredients: Specially Selected Yeast, Yeast Nutrients (Ammonium Phosphate(Dibasic), Magnesium Sulfate), Trace Vitamins And Minerals

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  • 5
    High Spirits Turbo 48

    Posted by Robert Hewitt on Jul 21st 2020

    I have been around the block a few thousand times in the hobby distilling world and I always used and paid extra for the other guy's 48 Turbo. And I always had a pear essence off flavor that all my friends loved. But I always knew it was technically incorrect. Neutral is neutral not off flavored. When Covid showed up I could no longer get that other yeast and it even took a few weeks to get High Spirits. When it got here I cranked out four batches, stripped, spirited and today I cut and bottled. No pear flavor just a wonderful hot alcohol nose blast even brought down to 52%. Don't waste your money on the other guys. Buy this one, do a good job at running it off and use good clean cutting water. VERY VERY SATISFIED is an understatement!

  • 5
    awesome yeast

    Posted by Michael Moore on Jun 15th 2020

    it did exactly as advertised and with the turbo not needing any nutrients this made it easier

  • 5
    turbo yeast 48 high spirts

    Posted by MARTIN NELSON on May 24th 2020

    the best yeast so far

  • 5
    Turbo yeast

    Posted by Donald Glenn on Apr 20th 2020

    Did what it said it would do!!

  • 5
    Works great every time.

    Posted by Kevin Penrose on Apr 1st 2020

    I tried others and always come back to something I can count on.

  • 5
    Best Turbo

    Posted by Richard OConnell on Mar 17th 2020

    Look if your gonna do it...….do it right.....will deliver what is says!

  • 5
    48 turbo yeast

    Posted by Lee Ellwein on Feb 22nd 2020

    Good as gold . Fair price the shipping was a little hi. Will reorder.

  • 5
    Great product for a great price.

    Posted by Jacob Johnstone on Aug 11th 2019

    I'm just starting to get into the hobby of brewing, and I heard quite a few things , bad and good about a product like this. Mainly that it is better used for distilling as it brings a bad flavor. I didn't experience a bad flavor with cider. I highly recommend it if you're in the early stages of brewing and experimenting.

  • 5
    turbo 48

    Posted by tony s on Jun 15th 2019

    I have used this yeast for years and it worked fast. It tends to have a neutral flavoring on the mash. but don't make the same mistake I made last week. I made a batch according to directions and put it in a old 10 gal drink cooler. Well I killed the yeast because the yeast heats up when working that fast and raises the temp high enough to kill its self off early. make sure you let the container cool and not be insulated. Great stuff!