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Old 12-03-2012, 09:32 PM   #1
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2 liter starter of WLP007 + yeast nutrient + Huge RIS @ 64 F = MONSTER.

The blow off tube was getting clogged so I removed the lid and put a piece of tin foil over it. This is what it looked like an hour later.

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Old 12-03-2012, 09:33 PM   #2
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Good grief, take that picture down before they outlaw homebrewing in Utah again!

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Kinda looks like a "kraun" lol.

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That thing's developing dreadlocks. I've never seen anything like it. Oh well, open fermentation anyone?

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Good grief, take that picture down before they outlaw homebrewing in Utah again!
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Wow! Russian Exploding Stout.

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To any new brewers reading this thread:
Just because your fermentation doesn't blow the lid off, doesn't mean your fermentation is not happening.

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Whoaaaaaaa!!!

Could that be from an infection anyone?

Never seen regular krausening do that especially in ale pail....lots of headspace......

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Whoaaaaaaa!!!

Could that be from an infection anyone?

Never seen regular krausening do that especially in ale pail....lots of headspace......

This is less than 20 hours after I pitched the yeast, I have never heard on an infection doing anything like this.
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yeah that would be to quick for infection.....looks like you had some super yeasts!

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