Originally Posted by 40watt
That was a fun interview. Brett at bottling is not somethingI wwould have the balls to do at home, but they seem to have a good system for it. Explains why SB is so mild in terms of Brett, though it is certainly working under high alcohol conditions.
Brett doesn't really care about alcohol. It's pretty much the honey badger of yeasts.
Oh, and to whoever was talking about brett primarys- you get a *very* different beer doing it that way. Most people add brett in secondary or at bottling.
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