HOMEBREW Digest #5698 Tue 15 June 2010

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  Berliner fermentation times? (Mike Eyre)
  Mundelein Days American Cup Homebrew Competition ("Dan Morey")

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2010 11:32:51 -0400 From: Mike Eyre <mikeeyre74 at gmail.com> Subject: Berliner fermentation times? Anyone have any good info on what a typical fermentation time either primary only or primary secondary, if that's used for this style? I brewed the thing yesterday and pitched my lacto starter (I'll post more details when I have some better data..) and plan to let the lacto go for two days before I pitch the neutral yeast to finish it off.. but then what? Do I do my normal 10 days primary and keg it, or should I secondary this thing and let it go for longer? I can't seem to find much good information on this aspect of the brew. There's, apparently, 600 ways to brew thing beer to get the wort done.. but nothing much follows that, that I've been able to read about. Return to table of contents
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 20:14:02 -0500 From: "Dan Morey" <dan-at-morey.us at comcast.net> Subject: Mundelein Days American Cup Homebrew Competition Entries are now being accepted for the Inagural Mundelein Days American Cup Homebrew Competition. This compeition is open to American styles. Judging will take place Jul 3rd. Rules and entry forms can be found at: http://www.babblehomebrewers.com/Events.html In addition, there will be a homebrew demonstration and tasting open to the public July 3rd from 1:00-5:00 pm. We are still in need of volunteers to judge and steward. Interested parties should contact: americancup at babblehomebrewers.com Cheers, Dan Return to table of contents
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