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Old 09-13-2008, 02:18 AM   #11
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Old 01-26-2013, 04:16 PM   #12
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I was planning on inoculating my first Burton Ale after primary. I have only been able to look at a few recipes for BA and none of them have brett in them. Some of the articles I have read mention that since BA was aged in old oak barrels, it probably had brett in them naturally. Any thoughts? I have never used brett before and since this is going to be aged for such a long time, don't want spend all that time and effort to make a BA that will have to be dumped after a year of aging.
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I was planning on inoculating my first Burton Ale after primary. I have only been able to look at a few recipes for BA and none of them have brett in them. Some of the articles I have read mention that since BA was aged in old oak barrels, it probably had brett in them naturally. Any thoughts? I have never used brett before and since this is going to be aged for such a long time, don't want spend all that time and effort to make a BA that will have to be dumped after a year of aging.
Why not try it on only a portion of your batch? Save a gallon jug, and drop some brett harvest from an Orval bottle.
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