Pellicle Picture - Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763

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Pellicle Picture - Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763

Postby wnordmann » Wed Feb 05, 2014 11:21 pm

Here is the Pellicle from a batch of Flanders Red fermented with 100% Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763. The Pellicle formed quickly like a high krausen and never left. when I transferred to keg it was a thick mass of pellicle.

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Re: Pellicle Picture - Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763

Postby Mike C-Z » Thu Feb 06, 2014 3:03 pm

How long before transferring to a keg?
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Re: Pellicle Picture - Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763

Postby wnordmann » Thu Feb 06, 2014 6:03 pm

About a year on Primary
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Re: Pellicle Picture - Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763

Postby Mike C-Z » Fri Feb 07, 2014 3:17 pm

How long did you shake the carboy? Did it ever have a ropey look to it?
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Re: Pellicle Picture - Roeselare Yeast Wyeast 3763

Postby wnordmann » Fri Feb 07, 2014 5:31 pm

I oxygenated the beer by some light shaking while carrying down the steps and maybe a minute of shaking. But really the oxygenation was minimum. I think the oxygenated flavor people got was confusion from the fruitiness of the yeast.
The yeast never looked "ropey".
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