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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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I also wants to share my experience with this device (Lauter grant). Actually I am chemical engineer and working in brewery designing company. Advantages of Lauter grant: It acts as buffer tank between lauter tun and wort kettle. It gives positive suction to transfer pump (full flow) Main advantage of later grant is: it avoid choking bed. as it avoid ...


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Tails or Tailings is what's left of a material after it has been processes and something more valuable has been removed. Though a term used in mining more than homebrewing. In brewing this will refer to making use of... 1) Second runnings from a mash, parti-gyle. Great for a second a batch of a smaller beer or for yeast starter wort. 2) Making use of ...



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