Kettle Souring... Failing!

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Re: Kettle Souring... Failing!

Post by super_simian » Fri Oct 27, 2017 3:35 pm

L.plantarum has not let me down in half a dozen brews. Debrukii, brevis, grain and yoghurt on the other hand have either not soured, or committed chemical warfare on my household. Look for a probiotic pill with l.plantarum, keep the souring at 37-40C and you'll be sweet ('ll be sour).

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Re: Kettle Souring... Failing!

Post by jaroporter » Fri Oct 27, 2017 3:41 pm

goddamn i must now be the only one struggling with these pills. sure it's sour, but it's certainly not clean. there's also this horrible sweet odd backtaste. ah well, try again..
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