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4 years 7 months ago #1817 by Dullahan Brewing
Replied by Dullahan Brewing on topic Roggenbier.

Gash wrote: Yes you could store it but not for an extended period. Much better starting with a fresh starter and splitting it.


I figured as much,no point risking it when i don't have to,next vial i get i will split the starter for sure. ;)

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4 years 7 months ago #1821 by xenon
Replied by xenon on topic Roggenbier.
I have done a Hefe experiment using Wyeast 3068 (not same as original you mentioned) and M20. M20 was a lot spicier and far less banana. I preferred it over the 3068. Didn't wash the 3068 cake cause the dry yeast is affordable compared to the liquids (here at least)

Roggenbier though...cool! Hope it turns out for you.

Cheers

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joelthered - Sun 29 Mar - 14:54

bump: http://www.cellardweller.net/index.php/en/forum/allgrain-partial-mash/895-breakfast-stout-fg#4458

richierichs3 - Mon 23 Mar - 21:59

Have you tried this and if so what do you think?

richierichs3 - Mon 23 Mar - 21:58

I just watched Dr Hansbrewery on youtube about not using no chill cubes to no chill. He leaves the wort in the brewing system and instead of transferring it to a cube he covers it with glad wrap and lid to cool down and then transfer to a fermenter.

OwenA - Thu 19 Mar - 17:44

Hey Gash, I’m currently brewing an ESB. I think my grain was milled too fine because Inseem to have more trub that I usually do? I’m thinking of racking to a secondary fermenter. When is the best time to do that please? It’s day 4 SG 1.022

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Wed 11 Mar - 16:53

Fresh hop brew day tomorrow, looking forward to it. wish me luck. cheers brewers :D

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