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Old 02-08-2013, 01:58 AM   #11
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I have used buddas brew dregs in quick sours with no ill effect. I would recommend adding it after the sacc has done all it can to be sure the kombucha doesn't get to eat for too long.



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Old 03-04-2013, 02:49 PM   #12
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I have used buddas brew dregs in quick sours with no ill effect. I would recommend adding it after the sacc has done all it can to be sure the kombucha doesn't get to eat for too long.
Will the kombucha produce too much acetic acid if its added in the primary? I was about to add it only. because it should have jester kings yeast/brett/ other types of yeast.


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In the first post it showed signs of fermentation and then stopped. I left it alone in my garage until this weekend that i notice a more rigerous fermentation with movement in the carboy. I dont know how long i'll let this ride but its not going to move until i'm happy with it.

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Guess I need to update this. The wild yeast brew stopped initially fermenting but a week late a bigger fermentation kiced off. I didnt get any picks but its was beautiful. Now it has a nice pellicle formed and obviously souring. Cant wait to finally try it and see how it is.



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Next is the jester king dredges experiment. Had a nice fermentation and now has a beautiful pellicle on it



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How did the jester king experiment turn out? I'm planning on bottle harvesting some of their yeast soon to make a Noble King clone. How long did it take for the sourness to develop?

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