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Will_D

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Activity in the Seabury Bank
« on: June 02, 2013, 06:11:36 PM »
So checking my database and its tme to reculture a few strains and bulk up some more for next week and as I was at it culture a few from interesting bottles!

So left to right:

Rochfort from Adam ( BT ) Stored 20/06/12
WLP 830 Lager from 13/01/11
Hoegaarden from bottle today  :)
Nogne O Russian Imp Stout ( Thanks Nigel !) Yesterday - tasted just like mine for the cask  :)
WLP 380 hefe Weissen  01/09/12
Saisson from Adam ( BT ) Stored 20/06/12

@Shinny Fancy a few samples of the bottles and Adams strains for the slant bank?
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Re: Activity in the Seabury Bank
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2013, 07:26:57 PM »
Will I would LOVE a copy of the Rochfort yeast, for a Rochfort 10 clone. Its my going to be my brewing Everest.
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Re: Activity in the Seabury Bank
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2013, 09:15:33 PM »
Will I would LOVE a copy of the Rochfort yeast, for a Rochfort 10 clone. Its my going to be my brewing Everest.
No Probs Shane.

In a day or two will send you some samples!

BTW: Those flasks represent my total stirr bar capacity ( and flasks ) can't wait for our next GB!

Must get down to some slanting!

And also I may have found a simple(!!) source of LN2
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