Monday, Monday- Mamas and Papas
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Interesting hypothetical question I think you would not have to have a license. Here's why. Let's say you made your beer bread or beer battered fish and chips with commercial beer. Since technically you are "serving" beer... Would you need an alcohol license and be required to buy your beer through a distributor since you are a "commercial" enterprise? Pretty ridiculous. The other technical point is that the food products wouldn't contain any alcohol. The alcohol would be cooked off...thus you aren't selling alcohol. I agree with your wife the beer is an ingredient....homebrew or commercial.
I don't have an exact number, but apparent attenuation is really high with this yeast. It's like 95%.
Ferment reds warm, whites cool. Temperature control!