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https://www.experimentalbrew.com/podcast/episode-85-attack-peruvian-guinea-pig-death-flu

It's finally happened! Denny and Drew have simultaneously been felled by the specter of Peruvian Guinea Pig Death Flu!

In light of our incapcitation, we offer you these choice revists to topics we're still talking about today! We look our grain age experiment, taste some beers brewed with and without hop constraint, and look at yeast genetics.  Don't fret - Episode 86 is being prepped and should be a grand return to form!

00:04:24 The Lab: Grain Age Impact on Brewing

00:18:13 The Lab 2: Whirlpool Hopping Experiment with Short Circuited Brewers

00:50:06 Lounge: Yeast Genetics with Sui Generis
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Ah, Peruvian Guinea Pig Death Flu!  Now I know what that was that took me down hard at New Year's.   Hope you both are better soon.  Meanwhile it's nice to have old reruns, with more ukulele.  ;)

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What timing... I can't get a link to work, but just after listening to Drew's interview,  an article turned up in my feed about an about-to-be-published paper on progress in creating new, warm fermenting, crisp lager yeasts by manipulating the eubayanus and cerevisiae elements as discussed.   Look for big excitement amongst us forum dorks in the near future.

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