Kale neutral.

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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby EziTasting » Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:03 am

It’s EC1118!
Slower than a wet weekend.... it’s a good yeast but soooo slooooo
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby dazzerthemighty » Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:25 am

EziTasting wrote:It’s EC1118!
Slower than a wet weekend.... it’s a good yeast but soooo slooooo

:text-+1:
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby Professor Green » Mon Mar 30, 2020 2:01 pm

:text-+1: on EC1118 being super slow.
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby googe » Wed Apr 01, 2020 2:22 pm

there ya go lol.
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby Maxxx » Wed Apr 01, 2020 7:27 pm

If you add 5 tablespoons of Fermaid A to a 200 litre kale wash it will give your fast fermenting rum wash a run for its money...
No bad flavours either....
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby bigadz » Fri Apr 10, 2020 9:44 pm

I typically get a TPW following the calculators recipe to ferment 200L in 2 weeks using ec1118.

2 weeks I can deal with but it's been about 6 weeks and only just hit 1.020!
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby bigadz » Sun Apr 19, 2020 7:56 pm

Maxxx wrote:If you add 5 tablespoons of Fermaid A to a 200 litre kale wash it will give your fast fermenting rum wash a run for its money...
No bad flavours either....


Hey Maxxx sorry I didn't see this! I pulled the pin on this 200L and will run it this weekend as is but threw down another 200L using a mix of Fermaid O (what I have) and DAP, 3tbs and 2tbs.

See how that goes!
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Re: Kale neutral.

Postby Maxxx » Mon Apr 20, 2020 3:00 pm

bigadz wrote:
Maxxx wrote:If you add 5 tablespoons of Fermaid A to a 200 litre kale wash it will give your fast fermenting rum wash a run for its money...
No bad flavours either....


Hey Maxxx sorry I didn't see this! I pulled the pin on this 200L and will run it this weekend as is but threw down another 200L using a mix of Fermaid O (what I have) and DAP, 3tbs and 2tbs.

See how that goes!


Just watch for PH crash, I normally let it start at whatever it mixes up at- usually 6-7
I don’t usually bother to PH adjust until 48 hrs in, or when it drops down just under 5
I buffer it at this point with oyster shells/ shell grit suspended in an old stocking to stop it dropping too quick and stalling
Cheers
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