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--- Quote from: Joe Sr. on December 06, 2012, 12:41:18 AM ---
--- Quote from: mtnrockhopper on December 06, 2012, 12:12:36 AM ---This is why experiments, including brewing experiments, that aren't replicated are crap.

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So he should brew 10 more gallons, split, and ferment with the same yeasts?

Sounds like a great suggestion to me.

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Sounds like a plan.  I'll even re-combine the slurrys for the pitch.  Need to make 10g of my ESB anyway!  Let's see what these gremlins try this time....

As to the above, I think the only reasonable explanation would be stratification.  I did fill the bucket first so I could see in the BB when I started sucking up trub.

I also hit every number on the button for this brew and the FG number I wanted was 1.012.  I'd rather RDWHAHB and just pretend they both got there!   ::)


EDIT:  I forgot to add that I swirled the starter and poured back and forth in the glasses until full.  They had to be very close to even...

Joe Sr.:

--- Quote from: majorvices on December 06, 2012, 02:10:23 AM ---blend 'em together and call it a day! ;)

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I did this recently with 10 gallons of porter that had the same sort of finishing differential between fermenters.  No one is the wiser.


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