8/28/2013 -- Do you sell the Pasteur Red yeast in the bigger sized blocks instead of the smaller individual packets. And if so , what's the price ?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: It's an extremely busy wine season, and supplies sometimes get low (even from our suppliers). We SHOULD get more soon but it might be weeks, or even months before we see it again.When we have it in the 500 gr size, it sells for $26.95
10/17/2011 -- Where can we purchase Red Star Yeast or red wine yeast in Stamford Ct area?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: We can send it by Priority Mail in 2-3 business days.
5/17/2010 -- what is your phone number?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: We can be reached at (425) 355-8865Our toll free order is (800) 850-2739
8/3/2009 -- Most of the yeasts I see advertised have some kind of a number after it. This one doesn't, it lists "Montrachet" and "Cote de Blancs". Are there those numbers (which I assume are related to the strain of the yeast?) associated with these two types? Ultimately I'm looking for a user friendly for all alcohol purpose (not making bread) generic . . .
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Some manufacturers use numbers to identify the particular strain of yeast (like Lalvin) and some don't (like Red Star). A few, like Wyeast, uses both. For example Wyeast #4946 Zinfandel Yeast.Red Star Montrachet is a very good all-purpose yeast in the size you are after.
1/26/2008 -- I live about an hour (if traffic is good) from the address on your website. Do you have an actual store or is everything here based solely online?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Yes, we have an actual brick-and-mortar store in Everett, WA. People actually walk in and buy stuff!Our address is:Homebrew Heaven9121 Evergreen WayEverett, WA 98204Heck, you can actually call us on the phone, too! It's 425-355-8865. A person will actually answer as long as it's business hours!
10/8/2007 -- i would like to know the average time it takes to complete fermentation for a zinfandel royal using pasteur red yeast?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: We don't sell a zinfandel "royal" (not sure what that IS, actually), but most wines will complete fermentation in about 2-3 weeks, depending on temperature, sugar content and nutrients present. Your results may vary, of course.
9/3/2007 -- would like to buy yeast red star pasteur red 500 grams. home brew heaven only sells small amounts. Please tell me were we can buy larger amounts.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: We appear to be out of it right now, is all. Should have more soon. You might call 425-355-8865 for an update.
12/15/2005 -- What is the difference with all the yeasts? Can Fleischmanns active dry yeast work?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: To make bread? Yes. It makes crappy wine, however.Each yeast strain has different flavor and aroma characteristics, as well as different alcohol tolerances. Good wine is made with quality wine yeast. NOT bread yeast.
6/8/2005 -- This is the first time Ive ever made wine, so Im still learning. I have the grape juice already,(home made grape juice) but Im not sure what kind of grapes they are. All I know is that they are a purple grape, so what red wine yeast would you recommend?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: I would use Pasteur Red or Premier Cuvee, but any will "work".
9/19/2004 -- I am making both elderberry wine and wild grape wine (vitis californica) and am curious to know if you have a suggested yeast to use for each.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: It's a matter of personal preference, certainly, but I would go with Cote de Blanc for the elderberry, and Lalvin 1116 for the the wild grape. Just my (not so humble) opinion!
9/8/2004 -- I recently crushed 8 cases of zinfandel grapes and added & mixed-in campden tablets to the "must". I then pitched my yeast. Should I have waited a day to pitch the yeast? Will the campden tablets kill off the pitched yeast?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Yes. It is very likely that you have at least "stunned" your yeast, and possibly killed it. You need to wait at least 24 hours after adding sulfites to your must before adding yeast. Additionally, the fermenter must be kept open to the air during this time. I would obtain some more yeast, stir well and re-pitch.
8/9/2004 -- Hello, Is it Possible To Add Too Much Yeast To The Must?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: It's possible, but very very unlikely. You would have to add POUNDS to a 5 gallon batch to achieve it. Adding 2-3 standard packages is just fine.
6/6/2004 -- Does your wine come in a concealed box and address. I come from a town where the making of alcohol is frowned upon.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: We can send your package "discretely" if you need it that way. Just tell us in the "comment" section when you go thru checkout.
2/24/2004 -- I am planning to make wine from the Tempranillo variety or Spanish Grenache variety, any suggestions which strain of yeast to use for these varieties? The Wyeast Bordeaux sounds like a good fit, but the Wyeast Pasteur Red sounds like a good fit as well. Incidently, would the Red Star Pasteur Red be a good fit? How does it compare to the . . .
Response From Homebrew Heaven: For a reds like those, I like the Wyeast Bordeaux a lot. A personal preference, of course, but I find that strain is hard to beat. Yes we carry it. Here is a link to it:http://www.nexternal.com/hombre/?Target=products.asp&ProductID=820We carry the others too, and they are good choices as well. I just "give the nod" to the Bordeaux . . .
11/24/2003 -- Just prior to adding the yeast when making an 8 gallon batch of applecider wine, I noticed the package read "good up to 5 gallons". I wasn't able to add a 2nd package until now (48 hours after original package was added). Do you think I'll be ok? Any recommendations at this point?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Probably not a problem. The yeast will multiply as needed to gobble up the sugars. By the way, OUR Wyeast packages are good for 10 gallons (XL Packs). Not sure where you got yours, but we sell only the 10 gallon sizes. Better to have too much yeast than not enough.
11/8/2003 -- What kind of wine yeast should I use for....(berries, apples, white wines, reds, etc etc etc)
Response From Homebrew Heaven: This is a common question. There are many more wine yeasts available now than in the past. We have a helpful Wine Yeast Selection Chart available here:http://www.homebrewheaven.com/yeast_selection_chart.htmHope this helps!
11/7/2003 -- What is the best yeast for making apple wine? I plan to use apple juice.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: That really a matter of preference, but for a true wine, I would use Cote de Blanc. For a cider, I would use Wyeast Cider yeast #3766. Both of these emphasize "fruitiness", and leave a little residual sweetness.For a wine yeast selection guide go to:http://www.homebrewheaven.com/yeast_selection_chart.htm
9/12/2003 -- WHAT IS THE BEST YEAST TO MAKE A SWEET WINE LIKE A GERMAN ASSLEASE AND CAN A WINE BATCH SOUR?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: For yeasts, I would choose Cote de Blanc (dry) or Rudisheimer (liquid). Premiere Cuvee will work, but I think these two are better choices.For convenience, you can find a wine yeast selection chart at:http://www.homebrewheaven.com/yeast_selection_chart.htmYes, a batch of wine can sour (turn to vinegar) with poor sanitation and . . .
9/7/2003 -- How long will it take for me to receive a shipment of yeast. Them there grapes won't wait!
Response From Homebrew Heaven: That depends. Where ARE them there grapes?Sorry. I don't mean to be a pain, but that kind of info helps a lot. Many people admire those grapes growing all year long, and plan to make wine with them. It's funny to me that it's only when they PICK the grapes that they think of ordering yeast. We can get most packages out within a day or . . .
9/1/2003 -- This is the first year I'm trying to make wine from Cabernet Franc, any suggestions which strain of yeast to use for this varietal. A wine maker suggested Prise de Mousse, but I'm also reading about Pasteur Red.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: I think the Pasteur Red would be a better choice. A very nice yeast for any red wine. Perhaps a better choice would be the Wyeast (liquid strain) Bordeaux #3267. It has a very complex, berry and graham cracker type flavor that I like, anyway.Either yeast will do nicely!
8/17/2003 -- If each packet of yeast is sufficient for 5 gallons of wine, would i use one fifth of the packet to make one gallon of wine? What would happen if i use the entire packet to make one gallon?How can i get my wine to have a higher alcohol content?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Using more yeast (like the whole package) only starts the fermentation faster, it has little effect on the total alcohol content. There is no harm in using the entire package.To increase the alcohol content, you need to increase the sugar content of the juice. The yeast converts the sugar into alcohol and CO2. The CO2 is released during . . .
7/22/2003 -- I make white wine from bottled white grape juice. Pls. advise which wine yeast I should use.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Th Lalvin D47 should work very nicely. Another one is Red Star Cote de Blanc.
7/8/2003 -- I want to make prickly pear wine (yeah cactus fruit!). What is the yeast recommeded for this wine?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: This is entirely a matter of preference, but I would use the Red Star Premier Cuvee. It is a very reliable, all-purpose wine yeast.
6/29/2003 -- Can this yeast be used to make peach and watermelon wines, also fruits that can be bought fresh from the supermarkets.
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Yes, absolutely. It is a very good yeast for fruit wines.
6/17/2003 -- How many gallons of wine I can make with a single pack of this yeast?Actually I'm gonna making some wine out of berries and rhubarb. Do you suggest to use this yeast even for the all berries wine or do you suggest to use another kind of yeast?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Each packet is sufficient for 5 gallons of wine.The Montrachet strain of yeast is excellent for these wines, but if you want to try a different one, the Cote de Blancs does a nice job as well. It seems to leave a little more residual sweetness and fruitiness. Enjoy!
6/3/2003 -- Is the Lalvin 1118 a good choice for the secondary fermentation of champagne in the bottle? If not, what do you suggest?
Response From Homebrew Heaven: Lalvin 1118 is a good choice for this purpose.
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