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Old 12-20-2012, 11:34 PM   #11
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Considering what else can eat sugar, I just think it would make for a large shift in how we do things. Most brewers (I know) would adapt to what would be available.
its not the eating sugar part thats hard. I eat sugar. its the peeing alcohol that tricky. Are there other things that do this? I really have no idea.
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Old 12-20-2012, 11:41 PM   #12
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its not the eating sugar part thats hard. I eat sugar. its the peeing alcohol that tricky. Are there other things that do this? I really have no idea.
Pretty sure brett does that. Don't think it's a kind of yeast, but I could be mistaken there. I don't make sour beers (no sir, don't like them)...

I have frozen yeast, so I could be the one all come to...

Well, except for those that have also frozen yeast.
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yeastsicles! brilliant, humanity is saved!

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...by the littlest things that God,in his infinite wisdom,saw fit to put apon this earth. (ending of The War of the Worlds,1953).
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If the barley is all consumed by fire, and the yeast is gone.......is life worth living anyway???

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Hey,there's always mead & hefe's!...
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yeastsicles! brilliant, humanity is saved!
Yeah baby... I think I'm going to have to put some my Lalvin packs in the freezer too. Just need to be sure they'll be good at the -5F to -10F it's ranging these days.
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Don't forget some good [grape] wines too.
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We're working on saving the yeast from annihilation so that life WILL be worth living.
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Actually both my tanks are full of fermenting beer right now...so I could wash and propagate the yeast....only two varieties wlp001 & wlp840. I could share them with my fellow brewers. together we could rebuild!!

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Happy Doomsday everyone! And a happy New Year....

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Actually both my tanks are full of fermenting beer right now...so I could wash and propagate the yeast....only two varieties wlp001 & wlp840. I could share them with my fellow brewers. together we could rebuild!!
I got some WLP099 going (and in the fridge) plus Wyeast 1335, 1968 and Eau de Vie in the fridge and 1882-PC in the freezer (not counting the Lalvin strains yet)... I think between us we have enough variety to recreate a good section of the yeast strains.
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