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B-Dub
09/03/09 07:29 PM  
Re: Growing Lacto/ Pedio and maintaining culture
Since this thread went a little towards the brewing of Berliners I thought this might fit.

Tomorrow I am brewing a 100% Pils Saison and was thinking of adding some lacto to one of the carboys for 24 hours before adding the 3711 yeast.

Any thoughts on this idea from the group??

I do love sour beers and think this might be a great way to add some sourness to a neutral Saison for tap.

Let me know before 1200 Pacific.

Thanks for any thoughts and ideas.

BW

tankdeer
09/04/09 11:31 AM  
Re: Growing Lacto/ Pedio and maintaining culture
I say go for it.
np0x
09/07/09 08:40 AM  
Re: Growing Lacto/ Pedio and maintaining culture
So are lacto staters slower to take off, than normal yeast starters? I see b-dub talking about how it wasn't doing anything...and then 2 weeks later his starter is much happier and down in gravity like one would expect. Normally when doing a yeast starter i get visible activity on the stir plate within 24 hours...Is this just another case of RDWHAHB?
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