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Old 02-08-2014, 12:04 AM   #21
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just an update for future thread searchers:

I was just impatient. (surprise) 10 days of fermenting, and looks like I finished out at 1.012, which is exactly where I wanted to be. Stayed at 78F for the duration. Flavor seems ok, but of course it'll take some aging to see how it all pans out. It's neat to work with all the different yeasts, every one has it's own character.
I have a Bière de Garde using 3787 and it's been ferming super strong for over a week.
I have a question though, did you notice any smell with it?
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