Can you use Spanish cider dregs in a beer?



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In this video I finish making two saisons, one with sidra dregs and one with WLP648. The results are in.

Brew day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9wSsH6ZX1w

Recipe and process: http://barleyandthehops.com/funky-saison-split-sidra-and-brett/

Home brew completion results for the WLP648 one: https://youtu.be/1D3K-pGhBAg

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7 Responses

  1. Ben Finsterwalder says:

    Trois is pronounced "twah." You have vrai right though.

  2. The Farmhouse Obsession says:

    Hey man! Can you not leave that valve open during primary so you don't get the air and you won't have as big of a mess. I don't have one of those fermentors but it works similar to the fast ferment and that's how I use that one. Most of it will settle in the jar and you just shut it off to add in the bottling part. I don't see any negatives of having it open during primary.

  3. Simon Duffy says:

    What are your thoughts on clarity of the wort before fermenting? I notice that you don't ever recirculate your mash with a pump and it's cloudy when it first goes into your fermenters. And after pitching how clear do you expect any of your beer to be? Doesn't it matter that much?

  4. Rob Viola says:

    to avoid oxidation in the beer what I would do is once your beer is at high krausen or just passed it and slowing down attach your sanitized mason jar and open the fermenter. Yes you will push air back into the beer, BUT because your yeast is still active it will consume the O2 and finish fermenting out. This little extra O2 also helps in preventing stuck fermentation as the O2 provides energy for the yeast to ensure you hit your target FG.

  5. Rob Viola says:

    to avoid oxidation in the beer what I would do is once your beer is at high krausen or just passed it and slowing down attach your sanitized mason jar and open the fermenter. Yes you will push air back into the beer, BUT because your yeast is still active it will consume the O2 and finish fermenting out. This little extra O2 also helps in preventing stuck fermentation as the O2 provides energy for the yeast to ensure you hit your target FG.

  6. Oliver Hörold says:

    Nice Drags! No, wait: Pellicule!

  7. Spencer Geller says:

    Do you ever worry about sunlight skunkifying the beer?

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