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Old 02-08-2008, 04:04 PM   #11
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I have never had a problem fermenting any of my beers, but then again I always ferment my Belgian beers during the warmer months so I do belive it is a temp thing. I will build another starter and add the heating pad and then pitch.



 
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I have never had a problem fermenting any of my beers, but then again I always ferment my Belgian beers during the warmer months so I do belive it is a temp thing. I will build another starter and add the heating pad and then pitch.
Before you toss another $6-$7 into the fermenter, why not stir it up to rouse the yeast and warm it? They might spring back into action, you never know...
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