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Gabe H
12/14/12 07:45 PM  
Bottle conditioning brett beer with 2nd strain
Will a 2nd brett strain be hyper attenuative in an all brett beer? Mine started at 1.060 and seems stable at 1.012. Thinking of bottling with several individual bretts, bottle isolated strains, and without additional yeast and priming sugar.
Luke
12/14/12 08:40 PM  
Re: Bottle conditioning brett beer with 2nd strain
In my experience, the Wyeast and White Labs strains finish ~1.008 even in mixed culture. That depends on your grain bill, etc. though.

I would be a little concerned about lack of carbonation if you don't add some priming sugar. I prefer to error on the side of carbonation though and I usually cork and cage things like this for leeway.

Gabe H
12/28/12 06:39 PM  
Re: Bottle conditioning brett beer with 2nd strain
You were right, got down to 1.008, bottled with sugar. Already kinda iffy on if it's a great tart beer or I just like it because I made it and it only took 6 weeks, so I figured another layer of brett was too much.
 
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