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Old 03-09-2007, 03:34 AM   #1
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I went out to my garage today and saw a 'swirling' of particles in the brew. I had never seen it before and was curious what the hell was going on. It started fermenting in less than 12 hours, causing me to think that I am watching the yeast at work. Today is the second day of fermentation. Any thoughts?

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Old 03-09-2007, 03:51 AM   #2
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You are witnessing fermentation!

Don't stare too long, it might hypnotize you.


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Old 03-09-2007, 04:33 AM   #3
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Yep, it's awesome isn't it!
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Hot damn. I'm addicted--I need more fermentors!!!
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Hot damn. I'm addicted--I need more fermentors!!!
Welcome to the addiction!
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Yes, welcome to the addiction. I am up to 8 fermentors. There are so many styles of beer to brew, I want to try them all before I die.
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Yes, welcome to the addiction. I am up to 8 fermentors. There are so many styles of beer to brew, I want to try them all before I die.
Hell, I want to try them all before the end of the week!
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I have some swirling going on myself a bock that my son and I added 1lb of orange bloosom honey to should be interesting.also THB maple beer,brewers redale W/2lbs of orange bloosom honey,also honey brown ale.my first batch of barley wine,(THB)20th anniversary Irish wee heavy,(THB) yellow dog pale ale,and last but not least american red ale.
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Yes, welcome to the addiction. I am up to 8 fermentors. There are so many styles of beer to brew, I want to try them all before I die.


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Hell, I want to try them all before the end of the week!
Could be one and the same

(But let's hope not.)
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Fermentation rules!! Yes Im up to 7 fermenters, 9 if you cound the two plastic ones I started with, I just use one of them for a bottling bucket now.

I love using glass cause you can see whats going on in there, even if they are a little more difficult to clean.

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