What's the ideal and desired attenuation with this yeast?
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Hey no fair! All you flatlanders getting all the snow and you don't even know how to deal with it!
We could use a few yards of snow up here!
I hope not.
You supposed to go over for dinner?
Ah, Cap's turning into a shock jock type. Next up - grubs on a bed of lettuce, with a mango salsa. Chocolate ant covered cupcakes for desert. Chicha for a refreshing drink.
Well I'm noticing the aforementioned attenuation issue with my first generation. I made a 10 gallon batch, one fermenter got S-33 and the other got 1450. The S-33 finished at 1.014, the 1450 at 1.024.
I kegged a batch yesterday that was made with first gen 1450. Went from 1.059 to 1.010 in 3 1/2 weeks at 62-63F. That's about 83% AA.
Victor Wooten is the man. He might only be 4'9" (exageration) but man can he thump a bass. I have seen him solo also and he will do some ridiculous things, like tune down his bass mid song without missing a note, then tune it back up before the song is over. Talk about hands flying all over the place......Crazy.
My taste for fusion was only recently really sparked. A friend of mine is really into Bela Fleck though.
Here's one from Weather Report:
Something to play while cold crashing a beer:
Vaughan Williams - Sinfonia Antartica
I'm taking a half today, Ron. I know your brewing an ESB today, I may do my Dortmunder today or wait until the snow is up to my a$$ tomorrow. The generator is primed an ready, the snowblower as well and I have an Ofest and wee heavy on tap. The pantry and freezer are full. Bring it on!