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Old 11-09-2012, 04:55 PM   #21
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I'm saying the yeast atoms get broken up so it's not yeast anymore after the "swirling"

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Old 11-09-2012, 04:58 PM   #22
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You can't to that on the sub-atomic level just by swirling. That's matter transmutation. We can't do that yet.
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I'm saying the yeast atoms get broken up so it's not yeast anymore after the "swirling"
atoms???? what are you talking about?
Yeast cells don´t disapear and they are not soluble, they just get back in suspension and you see them as a haze in your beer. There is yeast in there maybe you can´t see a slurry but you can see the haze and you can taste it
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Did I say they disappear? I said they get broken up. I sure can't taste them anymore.

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I'm saying the yeast atoms get broken up so it's not yeast anymore after the "swirling"
Not to start an argument or anything,but you did say the atoms get broken up & not yeast anymore. It's still yeast & swirling up puts it back into suspension where it can be tasted. Leaving it on the bottom of the bottle renders a cleaner tasting beer where you won't taste it anymore.
Why do I feel like I'm feeding the trolls again?...
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Did I say they disappear? I said they get broken up. I sure can't taste them anymore.
Your are saying that there is no more yeast therefore the yeast disappear.

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I'm saying the yeast atoms get broken up so it's not yeast anymore after the "swirling"

I´m just telling you that you are wrong. Maybe you want to listen or not. But this is a public forum and I´ll hate if someone gets the wrong idea reading your post.
I yet have to figure it out: I don´t know if you are trolling or just mistaken

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the trolls.....they feed....

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Old 11-10-2012, 01:49 PM   #28
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I see that using a secondary fermenter will help reduce the amount of sediment getting into your bottles..........true? Is there any other reason why to use a secondary?

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You can get the same effect in primary with time. Many of us do it that way now. Especially if you pour the chilled wort & top off water through a fine mesh strainer into the FV. Aerates all nicely & getts out grainy stuff,hops,etc. Less trub in primary at bottling time. Letting it clean up & settle out clear in there will give clear beer in the bottling bucket.
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