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Mar 15 '18 at 13:14 comment added Evil Zymurgist aerate the current wort and pitch. No risk of oxydation until there's significant amount of alcohol. Shake fermenter or add o2 direct if you have o2 tank. I wouldn't expose to new air for risk of infection though.
Mar 15 '18 at 13:08 comment added mVck Thanks for the tips @EvilZymurgist. You advise to do this with the wort I currently have? Or after re-pitching yeast? If fermentation hasn't started yet I shouldn't have any oxydation problems if I aerate it right?
Mar 15 '18 at 12:02 comment added Evil Zymurgist I agree with Romans answer. I would try to get the hefe yeast more active, by going warmer and aeration. Clove would be a sign of yeast growth phase.
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