Its B. claussenii that I harvested from Maine blueberries. I brought them back with me last summer while was visiting the family. Got to say it was a harder one to isolate a clean sample. There was lots of wild yeast on the blueberries and the morphology of some of them were very similar under microscope.
Micro biologist scientist? Sneezles61
Mosaic Promise Clone...
Nothing like using fresh fruit you pick yourself
Heck, I bought some more apple juice today... 5 gallons for 20 bucks... Easy Peasy!! Sneezles61
Veterinary medicine, mircobiolgy and chemistry is what i went to college for. Who knew i would apply it to brewing
At least it wasn't a waste of a good education
Enjoying a DIPA which i made back in January...
There is something about a finely crafted brew that boasts a head of foam like that... That is how I picture a fabulous brew! Sneezles61
Dirty Water Brown 001 mashing right now
It is good but I make my evil beers extremely hoppy (>100 IBU).That way, only I will drink it.
10 gallon batch:First 5 gallons - Proper IPA (guests)2nd 5 gallons - Well, only I enjoy them, what I do in the extra 15 min of boil...&lol
5 gallon Mexican Vienna lager mashing. Kegging pre pro Vienna. Dropping on the cake. Beautiful spring weather today
So you're going to be selfish with us regarding your process too huh?
I see a dump bed full of hops backing up to the kettle. . .
Nah,I usually just add more hops & maybe corn sugar and sometimes steeped grains (made in the kitchen earlier)...&
say it ain’t so. You know this sight is owned by AB In-bev, right?
Brewing a Bushwick Pilsner today. Problematic day all around so far...
pH meter won't calibrate to the 4.01 solution....ugh...Trying to follow BS3 acid additions so now doing so blindly...
Stepped mash is proving problematic for me also...just one of those days but...
It will be beer.
Yeah Tom! Please share your secret tip with us. Also, Hi! I am new to this forum but essentially not to brewing (sometimes post on here too). Would love to share and learn a lot from here. Cheers