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#JeremySays – Fermentation: Ales

#JeremySays – Fermentation: Ales

If you’re looking for more yeast character in your ale, you can slightly under pitch your yeast, slightly under oxygenate your wort or ferment at the high range temperature for that yeast strain. You should study your yeast strains, there are some that are perfect for this technique and some are not!

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