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Old 07-09-2013, 06:49 AM   #1091
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Around 8 months. La Folie clone using WLP3278 and dregs from two bottles of Tart of Darkness. It is already quite tart but I want to wait at least a year.





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Old 07-11-2013, 09:01 PM   #1092
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Rye Saison fermented with WLP670 American Farmhouse Blend.







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Old 07-11-2013, 09:08 PM   #1093
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that looks eff'in wicked!

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Rye Saison fermented with WLP670 American Farmhouse Blend.
That's different from the usual fuzz or scum bubbles. Neat!
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p.s. thats the same strain i have in my saison... and mine has bubbles, nothing like that... anything else? or just that yeast?

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p.s. thats the same strain i have in my saison... and mine has bubbles, nothing like that... anything else? or just that yeast?
Just the 670. We should do a bottle swap when they're both done.
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Just the 670. We should do a bottle swap when they're both done.
I just bottled a Rye Saison with 670 as well, haha. Didn't have a pellicle at all, but the brett is just barely starting to come through at 4months old.
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I just bottled a Rye Saison with 670 as well, haha. Didn't have a pellicle at all, but the brett is just barely starting to come through at 4months old.

I made it back in February and was showing very little sign of a pellicle till last week.
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I made it back in February and was showing very little sign of a pellicle till last week.
Did it warm up a little? When my cellar went from 50s to 60s, pellicles popped up in lots of my sours that hadn't had them all winter.
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Did it warm up a little? When my cellar went from 50s to 60s, pellicles popped up in lots of my sours that hadn't had them all winter.
Makes since, the wife said the island had a bit of a heat spell while I was in Phillie.


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