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Old 08-11-2009, 05:06 AM   #1
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Because I never tire of seeing a nice, active fermentation and krausen.

Here's mine, show me yours..


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Old 08-11-2009, 05:22 AM   #2
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I think the Bud Light logo has angered it.

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Old 08-11-2009, 05:30 AM   #3
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I think the Bud Light logo has angered it.
Haha.

What type of beer did you make, and what type of yeast? I've never had something look quite like that. Just curious!
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Haha.

What type of beer did you make, and what type of yeast? I've never had something look quite like that. Just curious!
Its a belgian wit and I used s-05.
Most of my fermentations look like this. Temp was 68f.
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I started calling my wit an "American White Ale" when using S-05. It lacks the phenols and tartness of the Belgian wit yeast, but it makes a damn clean and refreshing summer brew...

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Its a belgian wit and I used s-05.
Most of my fermentations look like this. Temp was 68f.
Cool. I didn't mean that it was strange or anything. It's probably the wheat, it's got a milky sort of look with big wet looking bubbles. Guess it depends a lot on the yeast too.
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My currently fermenting IPA looks pretty much like that, no wheat and using Bell's ale yeast.

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