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Posted From: 18.104.22.168
|Posted on Friday, July 23, 2010 - 08:23 pm: ||
So, I've been visiting and reading this board for so many years now, I cannot remember. This is probably my first time actually posting a question. I guess I really should participate more, given the amoung of brewing knowledge, plus a few laughs, I've experienced over that time. So as they say, first time, long time.
I've tried searching archives, but cannot find anything that addresses my question.
Currently fermenting a Saison. 10g AG batch, fermenting 5g in a 7g conical, 5g in a glass carboy. Pitched 1000mL WY1214 in the conical, 1000mL WY3724 in glass. OG 1.074, temp in each ~71F. Conical with 1214 is at 1.040, glass with 3724 at 1.010. The only thing I really did differently was removing the trub and yeast from the conical, the stuff on glass was still on the yeast cake.
I am assuming it is something to do with the 1214 as Wyeast's website says it tends to stick at 1.035. I don't recall having this issue with this yeast before. If that is all it is, how long is typical for this yeast to get through? Targeting 1.004 for FG.