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Old 12-20-2013, 06:33 PM   #11
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OK Gentleman- I purchased a scale and I am on my way!!!!
You won't regret it at all. Very useful
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Old 12-20-2013, 06:52 PM   #12
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Thanks- was not as bad as I thought- scale took all the guess work out-
Thanks for the help!!
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Looks good. Your beers are going to really improve.

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Thanks BeerGolf-
I think I will all the rest again just to see-
My last one was a Belgian triple- MY LHS said one vial was enough, when I didn't see any activity - I posted my concern on this forum - all said it was under pitched.
That what started my researching and using charts like Mr. Malty- obviously way under pitched- so on to doing starters.

When I asked my LHS if I should have pitched two vials, they said it might have put in sugar shock, but I read a study where a guy purposely over pitched- all that happened was that the beer was a little less flavorful.

So- anyways glad I got into the starter thing- I guess i can you them even in low gravity beers?
Again thanks for the help!!
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Old 12-20-2013, 09:31 PM   #15
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Thanks BeerGolf-
I think I will all the rest again just to see-
My last one was a Belgian triple- MY LHS said one vial was enough, when I didn't see any activity - I posted my concern on this forum - all said it was under pitched.
That what started my researching and using charts like Mr. Malty- obviously way under pitched- so on to doing starters.

When I asked my LHS if I should have pitched two vials, they said it might have put in sugar shock, but I read a study where a guy purposely over pitched- all that happened was that the beer was a little less flavorful.

So- anyways glad I got into the starter thing- I guess i can you them even in low gravity beers?
Again thanks for the help!!
Cheers
They seriously said "Sugarshock"? I'm thinking there has to be a lot of jokes out there, but right now I can't think of any....
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