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Old 10-12-2011, 05:00 AM   #11
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I transfered a wake in bake stout clone I cam up with after 10 days in primary and added some coffee and vanilla beans and it started fermenting within 30 min of transfer and has been fermenting for 7 days now.
Working on one of these right now. It's the CYBI recipe so no vanilla beans but I did get the wnb coffee blend from the brewery.

This does bring up a point about transferring a little early too. If you get a little yeast stall, a transfer can help wake it back up. It gets it off of the trub too, for what it's worth.
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