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bluelakebrewing 12-13-2012 05:34 AM

Help Defining Yeast Rinsing Layers, British 1098
 
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Hey everybody, very insightful forum, keep up the good work! It has taught me more than I ever could have imagined Id know about beer. Thank you!

I had a quick question regarding yeast rinsing/washing and correctly identifying the different layers in the settled slurry after directly racking from the primary into a 64 oz growler. The strain in 1098.

It was my understanding that the heavier trub and debris would settle to the bottom. Counting from top to bottom, 1-4, it seems there is a very faint layer of trub at the very bottom, 4, as well as layer 2. Is layer 1 beer/water and layer 3 healthy yeast?

Thanks much.



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