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Old 06-13-2012, 03:03 PM   #21
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Leaving aside the questions about the OP's veracity, it seems to me that there's a more fundamental issue: what would the yeast (any yeast) ferment? I wouldn't expect there would be much fermentable sugar in a non-alcoholic beer. I guess he could try a malt soda, if he can find that...


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Old 06-13-2012, 03:44 PM   #22
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Shouldn't be much to ferment there => no alcohol, but safe.
Same as taking the supplement and drinking the non-alcoholic beer separately.


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Old 06-13-2012, 03:46 PM   #23
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Shouldn't be much to ferment there => no alcohol, but safe.
Same as taking the supplement and drinking the non-alcoholic beer separately.
This, exactly. Brewers yeast in non alc beer, heh.
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Old 06-13-2012, 03:58 PM   #25
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Hasn't it been noted that you can use Malta Goya in a starter? I'm pretty sure I read that somewhere on HBT.

Anyway, still would require active yeast. Of course, if you let the bottle sit open long enough, something is bound to show up!
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Gentlemen,
I appreciate you responses. I am an adult guy (35 years old) living in a place where alcohol is not available.
"bewer's yeast" is rich in vitamine B.
I will try the beer and let you know.
Thanks all
I am willing to bet it's his mom's basement not prison.
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Old 06-13-2012, 04:15 PM   #27
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I was getting more of a troll vibe. Drink it is my response. It will be delicious.
There's been a lot of that lately if you ask me.
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If it doesn't work you could always go into your mom's pantry and grab some bread yeast, put it in her prune juice and hide it in a dark corner of your dungeon...er, her basement. Thennnnn, you add that to your non alcoholic beer. Don't forget to secondary your prune wine.
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How much is bread yeast? That's pretty cheap right?

Looking back, I wish someone would have told me about fermenting Koolaid. I could have had just as much fun in the dorms, but spent a lot less.
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How much is bread yeast? That's pretty cheap right?

Looking back, I wish someone would have told me about fermenting Koolaid. I could have had just as much fun in the dorms, but spent a lot less.
Egad. Kool aid hooch.


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