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Adrian
01/06/09 04:45 PM  
Re: 100% brett C Belgian IPA??
I realize two errors in my acidity comments. Saying "high" and "low" is a little vague as I suppose I could have meant high pH or high acidity (i.e. low pH). Oops. So let me be more specific in saying, is 4.6-4.8 considered a low pH level for standard (brewery's yeast fermented) beer?

Also, I read that pH is temperature dependant and so I can't promise the beer was at room temperature when I took the reading. In fact it was probably closer to 85-90 degrees. Oops #2.

Baums
01/07/09 10:48 AM  
Re: 100% brett C Belgian IPA??
At room temp, 4.6-4.8 is a high pH for a normal beer.

Not sure what the temp effect is at 85-90 degrees...

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