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Old 03-19-2009, 11:33 AM   #31
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Use WLP011 for the Sacch strain, but you need the pure Lacto culture which isn't part of the WL lineup. See if Chris can order some for you.
also I hope to brew this sunday, as its short enough to get done before I have to head to Baltimore for BJCP class
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Old 03-19-2009, 11:34 AM   #32
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Wait huh? U only used one germ right? are you saying use wlp011 and get the right germs for next time? or is it just 730 am and my head not working....
Yes, one bug, but this is a dual pitch - Saccharomyces (brewer's yeast) and Lactobacillus (bacteria) together. WLP011 is the Sacch. strain, 5335 is the Lactobacillus.
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Old 03-19-2009, 11:45 AM   #33
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oh ic ic, ok yeast

so none of the 3 bugs they have will cut it? could I brew it and then pitch the bugs a week later? Ill see if i can get someone to bring good bugs to class or something.
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Old 03-19-2009, 12:21 PM   #34
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so none of the 3 bugs they have will cut it? could I brew it and then pitch the bugs a week later? Ill see if i can get someone to bring good bugs to class or something.
I'd hold off until you can get the Lactobacillus culture, unless you want to experiment with a sour mash.

Can Chris order the 5335 for you? There are plenty of OHBS that stock it if she can't. If you order from Brewmaster's Warehouse, you'll have it Saturday because he ships FedEx and you're definitely in the two-day window.
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Old 03-19-2009, 12:26 PM   #35
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I just checked the frederick store, and they dont have it. and thirsty brewer doesnt seem to list what they have on their website.....I guess ill ask chris to order it for me, and wait a week or so
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No worries, you'll find it!
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Jason, could you recommend a commercial beer similar to this that is available in the Philly area. The recipe sounds like it would make a great brewing experiment, but I donít want 5 gallons of something that I wonít drink.
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Old 03-19-2009, 01:05 PM   #38
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Jason, could you recommend a commercial beer similar to this that is available in the Philly area. The recipe sounds like it would make a great brewing experiment, but I don’t want 5 gallons of something that I won’t drink.
That's where it gets tricky....there aren't too many US-made commercial examples. A quick search on BeerAdvocate showed Nodding Head, Sly Fox, Iron Hill and Triumph Brewing as producing a Berliner Weisse.
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nodding head is in philly isnt it?
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yep it is! I used to go there all the time. and they have the berliner wieser on tap.
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