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Old 06-07-2008, 11:47 PM   #1
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Brewin' up my first sour beer tomorrow. It's been awhile since I listened the Jamil episode on Flanders Red, so, short of scanning the podcast for this info...should I make a starter for the Roeselare activator?

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Looks like Jamil just recommends pitching it without a starter.
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i made a flanders red by accident (got infected.) i'm finishing it off tonight. it's really, really, REALLY tasty

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Are you pitching it straight into the wort or fermenting with a ale yeast first? My pack of Roeselare blend came yesterday.

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Is there a commercial variety of this to try? I would like to try it, but I'm not into making something that far from what I'm familiar with and not knowing what I'm shooting for.

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I pitched it directly into the wort since that is what the breweries do. Also I didn't make a starter either.

For comercial examples try Rodenbach (or the Grand Cru my personal favorite) comma Duchesse de Bourgogne comma or for Flanders Brown try Liefman's Goudenbond.

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Is there a commercial variety of this to try? I would like to try it, but I'm not into making something that far from what I'm familiar with and not knowing what I'm shooting for.
Roddenbach or Duchesse de Bourgogne
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