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shibolet
11/14/13 07:30 AM  
ECY 02 Flemish Ale
hi, i have a batch going for the last year with this blend. it's a 20 Liter barley/wheat/rye/oats grain bill which i then added 10 liters of porter wort to thinking i'd get some flemish brown maybe. anyway, i sampled it yesterday. slightly funky but now sour at all. what to do? just wait it out longer?
TNGabe
11/15/13 11:45 AM  
Re: ECY 02 Flemish Ale
I've got 4 or 5 beers going with ecy02 and it definitely tends towards funky/leather when it's young, but will develop some acidity over time. The repitched batches seem to be developing acidity more quickly, but none of the beers I've made with ecy02 are ready to bottle yet.
Adam Mc
11/16/13 07:49 PM  
Re: ECY 02 Flemish Ale
Timely thread, just took a sample of my flanders red today with ECY 02, 6 mos old. Down to 1.004 and with decent acidity. What I'm noting though is a lack of cherry-ness that I got from the wyeast blend with very little acetic character. I'm hoping that those aspects picks up in the next few mos before bottling.
 
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