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Old 03-10-2013, 06:51 PM   #11
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Hipster yeast? Or BMC?
Craft brewery out west somewhere
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Old 03-10-2013, 07:03 PM   #12
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Reminds me of my high school science project, effects of music on living organisms. Was so long ago, but if I remember correctly, I got some great results. And an A.

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How about Bob "Marley" Wine??? 12% abv and late hopped with, well, let's just you'd have to brew it in California!! Every little thing... gonna be alright....

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I'm so glad I'm not the only weirdo that's been thinking about this lately! (usually after a few homebrews).

I like the idea behind it and your "schedule" of music. I mean, music is just vibrations at different frequencies, no matter what genre. I wonder if it would have an "agitation" effect on the little beasties. Furthermore, would it have desirable or adverse effects...

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Old 03-10-2013, 09:05 PM   #15
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I'm so glad I'm not the only weirdo that's been thinking about this lately!

I wonder if it would have an "agitation" effect on the little beasties. Furthermore, would it have desirable or adverse effects...

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Here's an interview of a winemaker that does this
http://www.splendidtable.org/story/v...g-fermentation

For some reason I feel like the yeast would respond best to techno, like some decent house music with a fairly consistent beat. At least during the active stages

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just don't have them listen to psychedelic rock, or you could end up with lsd in your beer....
Maybe use it for Steam beer, geographically related?

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Nice, ganje it up with some Bob Marley! Hops are the other weed's closest relative after all....
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How about Bob "Marley" Wine??? 12% abv and late hopped with, well, let's just you'd have to brew it in California!! Every little thing... gonna be alright....
Have a bunch of Marley.
Brewing in California is not a problem for me.
I have a bro that would likely be a brew partner with me.
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If you're putting sound into the water then that might be creating some vibrations that keep the yeast in suspension longer. Metal or techno might have the right about of bass/percussion to do this.

It'd be gentler than rocking the carboy around without the risk of air getting in.

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check out the research done by Masaru Emoto from Japan. It deals with the effect of words/thoughts on liquids. Crazy stuff, but really interesting

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Here's an interview of a winemaker that does this
http://www.splendidtable.org/story/v...g-fermentation
I gotta call BS on that winemaker. Not even using a speaker, just the magnet.
A speaker is an electromechanical transducer that converts electrical energy to physical energy that moves an air-coupled element (diaphragm) producing sound waves.
All that guy is "serenading" the wine with is modulated magnetic field.

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check out the research done by Masaru Emoto from Japan. It deals with the effect of words/thoughts on liquids. Crazy stuff, but really interesting
"research" is being very generous.
The Amazing Randi called BS in 2003.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masaru_Emoto
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