brewers' yeast


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brewers' yeast

[¦brü·ərz ′yēst]
(food engineering)
Dried yeast cells recovered as a by-product of the brewing of beer and used as a natural source of vitamin B and protein.
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They offer courses from professional training to brewing consulting, from product testing to fresh brewers' yeast.
With the smell of brewers' yeast heavy in the air, the Duke watched a tasting panel trying the latest batch.
With the pungent smell of brewers' yeast heavy in the air, the Duke watched a tasting panel trying the latest batch.
A BREWERS' Yeast is not surprisingly derived from the yeast used to ferment beer.