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Old 08-26-2008, 06:52 PM   #1
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I can't for the life of me rememebr the term for when beer is left to long in a fermenter and it starts to go bad...help?

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Old 08-26-2008, 06:54 PM   #2
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Autolysis? That's when the yeast start to cannabalize each other.
Not usually a concern for homebrewers - it takes months and months.

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hahahahahahahahahahahahaha Thanks BSB!!!

I remember reading it in how to brew and it came up in discussion...anyone know what I'm talking about?

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Autolysis? That's when the yeast start to cannabalize each other.
Not usually a concern for homebrewers - it takes months and months.
Thats it!!!!! thanks!!!!!
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Ok the story...


my boss homebrew from time to time, and he just found a fermenter with a "highly hopped" red ale in it. He thinks he brewed it about 9 months ago, said it looked fine, no mold, and wanted to know to keep it or trash it.

I told him to give it to me :shifty

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You mean homebrewer's bogeyman, right? That thing that is in the lager section, yet every n00b quotes it like gospel, but never seems to notice that the last paragraph reads;

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As a final note on this subject, I should mention that by brewing with healthy yeast in a well-prepared wort, many experienced brewers, myself included, have been able to leave a beer in the primary fermenter for several months without any evidence of autolysis.
Yeah autolysis....

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Ok the story...


my boss homebrew from time to time, and he just found a fermenter with a "highly hopped" red ale in it. He thinks he brewed it about 9 months ago, said it looked fine, no mold, and wanted to know to keep it or trash it.

I told him to give it to me :shifty
Ok Then...you need to send it to me.



(Or just erase my name and put your own in there....)
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He was just curious. I try not to act like the n00b that I am...

Thats why I told him to just give me the whole thing

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Awesome Revvy! thanks

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