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, "tyler_97355" <kd7enm@...>
> I made a sugar wash last weekend using my normal recipe: 10lb
> gallons water, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 1oz bread yeast. I
> it a few days ago, and there seems to be no fermentation
> is around room temp at 67f. I also used 5 teaspoons of yeast
> (1 tsp per gallon according to the directions of the package).
> am wondering is if the yeast nutrient dropped the PH even more,
> it too acidic. I am using well water which is "hard" water. I have
> way to test the PH of the wash right now. I think i might just
> some new hydrated yeast and see what happens. Anyone have any
> This is the first stuck ferment that I have ever had.
Dead yeast. Repitch with rehydrated yeast. Make sure it's frothing,
use a bit of your mash in the starter, but cut it 50/50 with warm
water). DON'T use the yeast you used before. Get new stuff.