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Old 04-04-2012, 02:57 AM   #411
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Sorry for the poor photo quality, but here's my 100% Brett B pellicle at 2 1/2 months.


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Old 04-07-2012, 12:02 AM   #412
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Anybody got a clue about this one? I did a Saison/Trappist beer for 3 weeks in the primary. Then racked onto 2 vanilla beans and 6# canned peaches...here's what I saw 2 weeks later. It looks like a disease cesspool, but I grabbed a sample and it tasted like beer - a little sour but not bad by any means. Will this turn into a lambic in a few month? Any suggestions about how to proceed? THANKS!!!

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That is a thing of beauty Sir! I'm completely jealous.
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I'm going to let it ride then!!! Never done this before so

1. Should I ever rack off the fruit?
2. How long should I ride this bastard out?
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I would leave it like it is for 9 months or until the pelicle falls, whichever comes first.
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I would leave it like it is for 9 months or until the pelicle falls, whichever comes first.
What about the peaches? Isn't there a chance they will rot in there?

They were canned peaches, introduced to 5.5 gallons of 7.6% ABV beer - but you can see from the pictures, half of the peaches are hovering above the beer line...so I'm kinda worried they may go bad in 9 months.

Am I just being a nervous Nelly?
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What about the peaches? Isn't there a chance they will rot in there?

They were canned peaches, introduced to 5.5 gallons of 7.6% ABV beer - but you can see from the pictures, half of the peaches are hovering above the beer line...so I'm kinda worried they may go bad in 9 months.

Am I just being a nervous Nelly?
"Rot" is a microbial process. Keep it sanitary, and there shouldn't be anything to worry about.


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