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Old 08-07-2007, 05:13 PM   #1
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Jul 2007
South Bay, California (Not the Bay Area)
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So I have everything I need to make my Apfelwein. Im about to start sanitizing my equiptment right now.

I have looked at the instructions several times. It looks like I just pour the yeast right on in without rehydrating it. Is that correct?
On Deck- NorTor Black, 10 gallon batch of Agent Orange

Primary 1-Long Beach Berry Wine
Primary 2-Empty
Secondary 1-Empty
Secondary 2-Empty
Secondary 3-Empty
Secondary 4-Empty

Keg 1-Imperial Stout
Keg 2-Edworts Apfelwein

Past Beers-Agent Orange (A keeper); Hefeweizen (You wont be missed), Agent Orange II

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Old 08-07-2007, 05:19 PM   #2
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Oct 2006
Chicago, IL
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Direct from the EdWort's mouth

Open the packet of Montrachet Yeast and pour it into the neck of the funnel
So no need to rehydrate. It's as easy as he makes it out to be.
Primary #1-Oatmeal Stout
Primary #2- Empty
Secondary #1- Empty
Kegged- Cream Ale
Someday/ Maybe/ Getting There- 'California Common', Impromptu IPA, Imperial Stout

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Old 08-08-2007, 01:41 PM   #3
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Ann Arbor, MI
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The instructions say just pour it in, but if it makes you uncomfortable not to there's nothing wrong with rehydrating first.

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