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tom sawyer
04/07/10 04:01 PM  
Mixing Commercial Sour Blends
I started a barrel of a wild brew with WLP655 sour blend. I have a WY lambic blend coming in the mail later this week. I was thinking I'd add this to the barrel when I brew another batch to fill it. I don't know what's in the WLP blend, I know the WY has a wheat yeast and a sherry yeast in addition to Brett and lacto (no pedio if I recall correctly).

Do you think this is wasteful or otherwise a bad idea?

octelium
04/07/10 06:19 PM  
Re: Mixing Commercial Sour Blends
More the merrier I think. Don't worry about just toss them together. If you ar patient generally the strains sort themselves out.
tankdeer
04/08/10 06:47 PM  
Re: Mixing Commercial Sour Blends
^ This. That's why people add bottle dregs too. There's a fair chance the final product will need to be blended either way, or at least, it will be better if blended. So go for broke!
 
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