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Revolutionize Low Alcohol Beer with LalBrew LoNa™


Montreal, Canada, 2 May, 2023

Lallemand Brewing proudly has released its latest innovation, developed for craft, regional and industrial brewers alike hoping to make great tasting, consistent Low and No alcohol beers.

Low-and-No-alcohol beers have seen a recent boom in popularity as consumers cut back on alcohol and opt for healthier alternatives. LalBrew LoNa™ is a hybrid Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast strain that has been selected for the easy and consistent production of low and non-alcoholic beers.

Advanced classical and non-GMO breeding methods were used to select a strain that does not consume maltose or maltotriose, resulting in very low attenuation. LalBrew LoNa™ is the first maltose-negative Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain specifically selected for beer fermentations. As a S. cerevisiae strain, LalBrew LoNa™ performs like an ale producing a clean and neutral aroma profile, no phenolic flavors, and significantly reducing aldehydes that cause worty flavors.

Great Beer. Many Styles. Effortlessly.

Additionally, the patented technology from the University of California Davis (USA) ensures that the strain will not produce sulfurous off-flavors, allowing the malt and hop flavors to shine through.
LalBrew LoNa™ is available globally in 500g sachets and 10kg bulk packs. Pasteurization is required when brewing with LalBrew LoNa™ to avoid refermentation after packaging and ensure beer stability.
To learn more about Low and No alcohol brewing and LalBrew LoNa™ please visit our dedicated webpage:

About Lallemand Brewing

Lallemand Brewing is a business unit of Lallemand Inc., a privately held Canadian company specializing in the research, development, production, marketing and distribution of yeast and bacteria. Lallemand Inc. has over 4500 employees located in more than 45 countries on 6 continents.

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Lallemand Brewing is a division of Lallemand inc., a global leader in the development, production and marketing of yeast, bacteria and specialty ingredients

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