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Old 04-02-2013, 02:35 AM   #1
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Doing a pale ale. OG 1.047, chamber set at 63· 12 hours into fermentation I had krausen coming out of the airlock. Now it seems most visible fermentation has subsided. I'll take a gravity reading in a few days.



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Old 04-02-2013, 02:39 AM   #2
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Yeah, I had a couple of batches that 1056 devoured in no time at all!

First batch was steady bubbling for 3 days, noticed the temp was high 50s, low 60s and wrapped a blanket around it and the next morning it took off and forced krausen up into airlock, switched it for blowoff setup and would never think of using anything but blowoff afterwards, especially with that yeast.



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I'll definitely go with a blow off tube next time. I pulled the airlock because it was clogged and co2 shot out with some krausen. Oddly after the pressure was relieved the yeast jumped right back into suspension. Now it's 72 hours in and fermentation is still pretty active. What does your FG usually look like with this yeast?

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I'll definitely go with a blow off tube next time. I pulled the airlock because it was clogged and co2 shot out with some krausen. Oddly after the pressure was relieved the yeast jumped right back into suspension. Now it's 72 hours in and fermentation is still pretty active. What does your FG usually look like with this yeast?
It attenuates very well. Couple of batches that I recently used started out in 1.050's and FG on both were 1.008-ish
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