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shibolet
09/16/13 08:44 AM  
berliner weisse help
i brewed a Lambic last week (34% unmalted wheat / 66% pilsner)this will go into an oak barrel. 46L batch (apx. 12 gallons) after sparging i figured why not sour mash the spent grains and see if i can at BW out of this too. so, after 72 hours at a steady 35 degrees C, and then a 20 min boil i collected 20L of 1.38 wort. the problem is it's very opaque. almost like milk. should i try and use some clarifying agent after fermentation?
Mike T
09/17/13 08:39 AM  
Re: berliner weisse help
Odds are it's starch. What sort of mash did you do for the lambic? I'd pitch some Brett, give it a few months, it'll clear up eventually.
shibolet
09/19/13 05:43 PM  
Re: berliner weisse help
the lambic mash was 30min @ 52C
60min @ 64C
mash out.
 
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