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Old 06-22-2014, 12:39 PM   #31
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I started out using this yeast exclusively. I found if I added K2CO3 and copious amounts of nutrient (staggered of course), I could get the ferment done in less than 2 weeks.

Overall, it's not a bad yeast, just finicky. It has a buttery quality that is good with Orange Blossom honey. Definitely needs at least 8 months of age.


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