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First Brew: Yellow Mold - Transfer to Carboy - Slowing of Fermentation
I brewed a batch of Pale (first solo brew) and after pitching yeast (6 hours), noticed yellow clusters of what I think was mold. I thought I had an infection, so I siphoned off, and collected ...
Jan 8 '13 at 19:34
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