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DanZarrella
10/11/10 06:15 PM  
Killer Yeast vs Brett & Bugs
Does anyone know if killer yeast (like EC-1118) has an effect on brett and/or souring bacteria?
jaymo
10/11/10 06:39 PM  
Re: Killer Yeast vs Brett & Bugs
I had been wondering this myself, but I'm pretty sure brett is neutral. If it were susceptible it wouldn't be as big an issue as it is for winemakers, and if it were killer it would kill off ale/lager strains in beer.

Nonetheless, I'll let someone else confirm since this is just based on observations about where brett shows up.

tom sawyer
10/13/10 02:11 PM  
Re: Killer Yeast vs Brett & Bugs
Must not be, if you google it you see they are finding some toxins from some different microorganisms that might be used in the wine industry. That confirms jay's observation, albeit still indirect evidence.
 
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