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Old 10-09-2012, 01:55 AM   #31
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I will, likely NEVER use WYEAST again. I was making a Spotted Cow clone and it never did it's thing. Lesson learned!
Odd... I brew about 200 gallons a year and only use WYeast, never had a bad pack.......swollen, flat, hot, cold, every starter has taken off and every beer has been fermented
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Old 10-11-2012, 10:23 PM   #32
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I did a full volume boil with a late addition in the last 15 mins three weeks ago. I will be racking to the secondary today after I bottle the Honey Kolsch and free up a carboy and will update on the color.
Racked to secondary and had a taste. Young and uncarbed and it is already amazing. I will agree that the color is a little darker, but I'm not complaining. I'll drop a quick note on bottling day.
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I will, likely NEVER use WYEAST again. I was making a Spotted Cow clone and it never did it's thing. Lesson learned!
I will use Wyeast again, but I will always make a starter a couple days of brewing.
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Old 12-08-2012, 01:44 AM   #34
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This recipe turned out very nice and I will make it again in the spring. Here is a pic of the beer. A little slow to carb, but the color and taste are spot on. Thanks Wort!

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