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Ryan Hope
05/16/13 05:00 PM  
Monks Cafe Flemish Red Yeast == Sulfur bomb!
I pitched the cultured dregs of Monks Cafe Flemish Red Ale into a batch of beer a few days ago and all I smell right now is sulfur pouring out of the air lock. Is this normal for this style of beer yeast?
Smokinghole
05/16/13 06:00 PM  
Re: Monks Cafe Flemish Red Yeast == Sulfur bomb!
I was under the impression that Monks Cafe was pasteurized and not bottle conditioned. So based on my assumption you have something else going on.
Ryan Hope
05/16/13 06:34 PM  
Re: Monks Cafe Flemish Red Yeast == Sulfur bomb!
I've read the conflicting discussions about whether or not Monks Cafe is pasteurized or not. I pitched the dregs of 2 bottles into some starter wort and in a few days I had a nice layer of yeast in the bottom. For what its worth, these were the 12oz bottles not the larger corked and caged bottles.
 
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