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Old 04-17-2014, 01:46 AM   #31
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I have speculated also, that the obssetion with yeast starters might have something to do with poor sanitation habbits that people generaly have, but aren't aware of. The beer suddenly tastes better. No kidding.



I agree, "studies say", or "BOOKS!" isn't an argument.

Adam Selene
Neither is your speculation. Keep fighting the good fight bro. If you keep arguing this, someone will agree with you eventually.
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