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Old 01-22-2009, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default Brodie sediment extractor?

Listening to the Australian Craft Brewer podcast, they talked about the Sed-Ex Brodie as a way to harvest yeast from bottles, never mind produce yeast-free bottle-conditioned beer. I had never seen or heard of anything like this:
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Major limitation is that it has to use twist-off bottles....


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Old 01-22-2009, 06:19 PM   #2
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Cool idea, except it pretty much defeats the purpose to only use twist-offs. When was the last time you had a bottle conditioned beer that was twistoff? I'm sure there are some inventives types around here that could figure out some type of conversion.


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There's been a couple threads on them...Seems like an expensive waste of money, when a shoulder pour is just as effective...
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When was the last time you had a bottle conditioned beer that was twistoff?
A Boulevard, about two weeks ago....
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Seems like an expensive waste of money, when a shoulder pour is just as effective...
Hm, I searched. I'll search again. Yeah, they're expensive, and probably unwieldy, but it seems so... trick.
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$110.00 for 30 to get shipped to the U.S.


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