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Old 09-08-2017, 12:26 PM   #11
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I'll never get how people can get anything from the starter wort, other than horribly sweet bitterness! (Each to their own of course). I always have a tiny sip when I've done the initial gravity reading, more as a ritual thing than anything (as of course I drink samples during and post fermentation).

Your recipes are looking good. I did a Belgian dubbel that turned out okay. Home made candi sugar/syrup is the way forward!
Totally agree with you regarding wort samples - to me they taste like tea! In this case I was actually referring to the wort (technically I suppose it isn't wort as it's been fermented) from the yeast starter, which had really picked up some of that lovely Belgian yeast character.
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