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Old 12-21-2013, 10:00 PM   #11
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I did not lose a lot of fluid but there was some. After taking a better look at some of the other Mason Jars of wort it looks like a lot of hot break, and trub
Well that kills flars explanation.
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Old 12-22-2013, 02:19 AM   #12
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Well the starter has been doing it's job slowly decreasing the gravity since last night, but I have not seen any of the traditional indicators of fermentation but when checking the gravity and taking a big whiff every now and then it smelled like fermentation (YUM). In another thread someone is talking about a saison contaminating their gear and the argument is if he used a brett or not and got contaminated. This got me thinking because my wife got me a kit for Christmas and it is a saison "What the Fox Saison" from Austin Homebrew. Dont judge she was trying to make a funny. So I have never brewed a with a brett it is now a learning experience. I am using WLP560 we shall see... To me
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Took a final gravity reading and I am fully fermented out. I broke the Refractometer and re-taught myself how to use it. Original gravity 1.043 corrected and it finished at 1.006 corrected.

Now to let the yeast sedle and I will be golden. Here are a few pics.

On another note the boy lost 2 teeth in 2 days.
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