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Let's hope the yeast still lives!!!

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This started with an OG of 1.088.

King's Nectar with American Ale liquid yeast and 26 days in the fermenter.
Tasted fab from the spigot.

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Who has been chewing on the top of that tube? :blink:

Wait, I just ran that through BeerSmith and it comes out to 10.9%, Hell lets just call it 11%. Just be sure to be sitting down while drinking that. :silly:

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I figured an FG of 1.008 at the meniscus. Screwy tool says 10.3.

We'll see if it carbonates. If so, there must be some yeast alive.

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Even at 08 BeerSmith says 10.6%.

10.3...10.6....11% I still stick by my sitting down while drinking ;)

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I don't think sitting is good enough, laying down may be your best bet, oh and make sure you have your doc on speed dial.

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To be honest, I'm not sure I agree with Steve and Inkleg. please send samples so I can verify the best course of action. they might need samples to, just to be sure....

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Took FIVE weeks to carbonate...guess that means moving that first sample date back into March.

Probably one yeast cell per bottle. :P

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