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Old 04-06-2013, 03:36 AM   #1
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So I handed out homebrew at Sister in laws rehearsal dinner. Recommended everyone do the proper pour and about half listened. The rest will have digestive trouble...


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Old 04-06-2013, 04:53 AM   #2
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The venting will have great timing for the next day most likely. lol


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Old 04-06-2013, 05:03 AM   #3
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Ingesting live yeast...could be interesting.
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Old 04-06-2013, 05:09 AM   #4
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The venting will have great timing for the next day most likely. lol
God I hope so. Is it bad that I'm rooting for chaos?
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The very first person I ever handed a bottle of my homebrew to immediately turned it upside down, and then held it up to the light to admire all the yeast that was now swirling around inside. I could only shake my head.

My latest batch of wheat has been a big hit, with a lot of Kolsch yeast in every bottle. I've been sharing it around and telling everyone to swirl and pour the yeast, and it even tastes great straight out of the bottle. No complaints of digestive trouble from anyone, and I've been fart free after a few nights of heavy consumption!
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I drink the dregs out of every bottle.

Don't know why I should volunteer billions of free yeast cells to the sink and septic.
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The yeast is just as good for the septic tank as Rid-Ex.
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I drink the dregs out of every bottle.

Don't know why I should volunteer billions of free yeast cells to the sink and septic.
Amen to that. Those little dudes worked their keisters off to provide you with brew, so why doom them to the sewers when you can reap their digestive benefits before dooming their carcasses to the sewer?
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I like a small amount of the yeast in the beer, enough to add a touch of body without a yeasty flavour.
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Apparently a lot of the gastric issues associated with homebrew come from, not the live yeast, but from unconverted starches in the beer, which the yeast can't consume, but your gut bacteria will have a field day with. In other words, if your homebrew is under attenuated due to poor starch conversion in the mash, you can expect some stinky repercussions.


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