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Old 11-18-2008, 12:01 AM   #1
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Unibroue out of Canada. They make quite a few triple fermented beers that have always appealed to my tastebuds. Anyone tried this process. Amazing beers!

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Old 11-18-2008, 12:03 AM   #2
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Oui, I have tried some. Great brews, but haven't tried to brew any.

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Old 11-18-2008, 12:05 AM   #3
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Would the triple fermentation make it difficult to make a proper brew? I know I am eons away from such a task but I like a challenge.

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Old 11-18-2008, 12:07 AM   #4
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Would the triple fermentation make it difficult to make a proper brew? I know I am eons away from such a task but I like a challenge.
Don't be scared of things like that. Triple fermentation is not that complicated. I'm guessing one of those steps is bottle conditioning, and the second fermentation would be an addition of some sort of sugar when the first is almost complete.
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Unibroue is awesome - who can resist a beer called La Fin Du Monde?

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^ You betcha. The shame of it is Alabama does not allow more than 5.5% for beer so I have to smuggle from FL. worth the risk! What is bottle conditioning?

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Is that the stuff they have been selling in Costco Lately?

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^ You betcha. The shame of it is Alabama does not allow more than 5.5% for beer so I have to smuggle from FL. worth the risk! What is bottle conditioning?

Bottle conditioning is what home brewers do. You add some sugar into the bottles and allow them to carbonate on their own.
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Live super near to the brewery, but never really dug any of there beers. Respect them but dont like them!

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Unibroue makes some fine brews. Bottle conditioning is adding yeast during the bottling which most Belgian brews do. Be careful though, many add a different yeast than the original.

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