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Old 04-29-2012, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default Flanders Red Primary Lag

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I brewed my first Flanders red last weekend- was planning on fermenting it with 100% RRBC "Supplication" Dregs. I propagated the dregs (3 bottles) with 750 ml 1.040 amber DME.
my first mistake: I put the propagation on my stir plate.

I let the propagation ferment for a month and then split it and pitched into the Flanders. Day one:

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After 5 days of no activity, this popped up:

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So then I decided to go with plan B: I harvested 100ml of wyeast 1056 from my conical and poured 50 ml of slurry in each. After 15 hours we come to this:

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Here is the question: what will come of the mold? Do I need to make plans to rack this and then add more bugs?

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