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Old 06-20-2013, 03:15 PM   #11
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Tossed in dregs from a Berliner weisse about a week ago, so we will see if there's still anything for the lacto to take hold of. A friend has a cherry tree that's ripe... I haven't had the time or money to get ingredients to make a kriek, so I think I may go pick some and toss them in here. They're free and available, so what the heck?

Bottle conditioning: melomel, English barleywine
On tap(a draft): citra SMaSH pale ale
Secondary:Collaboration RIS, "Odd Bruin" blended Brett concoction
Primary: Scottish 80/-
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Old 06-20-2013, 06:13 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by bradjoiner View Post
I would use roeselare, better bang for the buck. Pedio does not care about alpha acids.
It may not be as sensitive as some lacto strains but it most assuredly is inhibited by alpha acids.

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