10120Re: Problem Solving: Yeast
- Jan 5, 2004My wash was 25 litres with 6kg of sugar. I used fermaid K (50g) and
(100g) and just pitched both together.
next wash add 23 liters with 3 kg sugar warmed to 80f and mixed well,
start the yeast in a glass or jar per. instructions. after the yeast
has waited the 15 min. toss it into the wash. Stop and cover. after
12-24 hours open and stir, after about 5-7 days add 3 kg sugar to 2
liters of warm water and toss in and mix for a total of 25 liters
only about 30 gm of ec1118 is needed. and 1 tsp. of fermax per. 3
liters make sure all is well mixed
--- In email@example.com, "The Ooz" <theooz@h...> wrote:
> I'm trying to problem solve my use of EC1118 Yeast.
> Although I was successful in using a starter, and the fermentation
> started, activity in the wash declined slowly over time before
> Some people have mentioned the use of a yeast and fermaid K is
enough to get
> to the magic 990 mark, however I haven't found that to be correct
> My wash was 25 litres with 6kg of sugar. I used fermaid K (50g) and
> (100g) and just pitched both together.
> After 2 weeks the specific gravity is 1050 so not much has happened.
> One thing which may have contributed to the demise was that the
> left in my letterbox for almost an entire day around the 38 degrees
> So maybe some of most of the yeast was killed (my poor babies)
hence lack of
> Any suggestions or comments greatly appreciated.
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