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Old 10-05-2012, 07:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by julioohara View Post
Apparently not this one, the agave nectar I bought was amber color, so it turned out with a pale-amber color (SRM in between 1 and 2, it's around that ballpark) the original pulque is made from the sap of the maguey plant, which has a milky white color to it and yes it is open fermented I live across the border and I found a place where they sell the actual aguamiel of the maguey plant, im gonna try that next instead of the store syrup and I'm going to replace the ale yeast with a Wyeast Lambic blend instead to stay on a closer traditional style cheers!!
I wonder if you could cultivate an authentic culture from a commercial pulque.
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