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Osmotic pressure does retard cell devision in most micro organisms making it hard to grow "in" a dense solution but they will have no problem growing "on" such a solution. High sugar content does little to inhibit growth of bacteria and yeast as long as it's still a solution and not a "gel". That being said, you can sour your juices you mentioned with lacto ...


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an american milk stout maybe a sour beer. Brett beers, but brett, may eat some of the sweetner or convert them into unknowns....with weird flavors....(recently i found out brett ferments lactose and some hop compounds.) Im sure there are others, but those are the ones that came to mind.


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I must admit , firstly I am not a scientist, in fact have little qualification. However I can attest to the following after many years of brewing both beer and spirits Plain sugar and dextrose add little to the flavour test Constant recommended fermented temperature is crucial to the consistant quality of your wort. When temperatures vary above and below ...


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How are you planning to introduce the stevia? Are you growing the plant and plan to extract yourself, buying it as a sweetner, etc? If dried, then place in a hop bag with a lighter ale or lager in secondary and/or kegging. If fresh, then place fresh leaves in container with vodka for 36hrs to extract. Can either cook (but not boil) liquid to condense or ...


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I would try a stout, make it dryer than you usually would, and then add a little to sweeten it back to a balanced level. Equally if you ever find you have an over attenuated beer that is lacking the balancing sweetness, you may try adding a little.


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It would need some Amino Acids, or at least some nitrogenous compounds to make AAs from. It would ferment some what with out, but it will need some nitrogenous compounds to grow and thrive.


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I have never contacted a facility to do this for me, but have in the past purchased drinks, or tablets/capsules that have the probiotic organism I am interested in and grown up cultures from them and then used these to make a starter. I have not done it in the most scientific way. Saying that if you were to get the sample, mix it into solution then plate it ...



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