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Brewtoomuch
05/02/11 08:37 PM  
Saving oak chips w/bugs
I pitched 2 oz. oak chips in a belgian blonde that has some Russian River, Jolly Pumpkin and Bruery bugs in it and I want to save the chips since they should be full of the bugs. What is the best way to save them so I can repitch the chips. Basiclly how did Vinnie do it.
DaveB
05/03/11 09:27 AM  
Re: Saving oak chips w/bugs
I believe I read that Vinnie air dried them. Read this thread for other ideas.

http://www.babblebelt.com/newboard/thread.html?tid=1108752780&th=1299286937&pg=&tpg=1#1299331210

 
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