we will find out in 2-3 weeks:D im sure bakers yeast doesnt have some of the traits that brewing yeasts do, but in the end they are all yeast. so im sure the sugars are becoming alchohol.
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Well I guess my question is, brett character aside. Will it be drinkable by August? Or would I better better of brewing one minus the brett and letting the brett saison age?
Having used the Foxx and the More Beer CPF....go for the More Beer. The 3 way valve makes it WAY easy to operate. I have also used the Blichmann and my feeling is with all of the above....they are a pain to sanitize and clean and they are expensive for how often they get used.I can field strip and clean the beer gun fairly quickly now, after some practice.
I now go for the bottling wand and rubber bung method. Easy to use, easy to clean, cheap.
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I do actually have one question tho. I tossed my brett b in when it hit 1.010 so the brett had some fermentable to chomp at. How long does it usually take for the brett character to show up?
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