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#1 Greenguru

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Posted 31 December 2018 - 06:49 PM

July 17 2014 and very interesting flavor after just few weeks I remember the strong yeast flavor has married in and just awesomeness only four small jars i found .728f50dbac290f4bd2d48f7029661aac.jpg29b7fdd3a5ac170f92952a1895c1184f.jpg

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Posted 18 January 2019 - 03:08 AM

July 17 2014 and very interesting flavor after just few weeks I remember the strong yeast flavor has married in and just awesomeness only four small jars i found .728f50dbac290f4bd2d48f7029661aac.jpg29b7fdd3a5ac170f92952a1895c1184f.jpg

 

 

 

Did the Beer Yeast make any difference to the fermentation in any way ie taste.. ?

 

 



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Posted 10 February 2019 - 03:22 PM

at first the yeast flavor was really gross yeast taste and I was ticked off, I did let it play out before I jared it per safe storgage pratices and threw it in some jars and in closet ended way in back after I added other sauces and really to me the yeast really needs to be aged for long while , I have not had any other yeast tests all this was even before I started taking notes and weighing out in Grams so I can reproduce the batches thanks for your time, GG 






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