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Old 10-17-2012, 02:16 PM   #1
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Default Old Bay in a Brett?

I got inspired by sampling some of Flying Dog's Gose with Old Bay in it. I thought about trying to clone it, but really would like to do something different. Then I got to thinking that I had 2 extra packs of Wyeast Brett B.

Is Old Bay in an all-Brett-B a bad idea? Thanks for any feedback.

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Old 10-17-2012, 10:27 PM   #2
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I love old bay, sounds odd but try a gallon batch.

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Were you able to identify it in the gose? I couldnt

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I just had a light satly/savory flavor to me - not old bay specifically (which is good imo)

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I *thought* I could pick out the old bay, but I think that was just the power of suggestion. I agree there was definitely some savor/spice going on, in addition to the salty from the gose.

Still not convinced I should try this with Brett, but it would certainly be different... the 1-gallon batch is a good idea.

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