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Old 09-22-2009, 11:33 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Grinder12000 View Post
I think my ambient temp in the basement is 66ish at the moment and I can alsy cool a carboy 5 degrees.

The question is what temp will give me the perfect bland of flavors.

Warmer = banana?
Cooler = coves?
In addition to what DB said, pitch rate and aeration also play a role in the ester/phenolic profile the yeast provide. There was an article somewhere regarding pitch rates and a tasting panel preferred the German Weizen that was under-pitched (with other yeasts/beers they usually preferred brews made with 'recommended' pitch rates). I recently made one on a washed cake so I probably over-pitched it and while it's's not as good as the Weizen that made that cake.

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