|9 hours after pitching the Brett B Trois starter.|
I had the chance to listen to Chad speak at NHC 2011. One of the most interesting things I learned from his lecture (and from his radio appearance on the BN and reading his writing online and in Zymurgy) is the way that combining different strains of Brett adds desirable complexity. Brett B Trois makes this conveniently possible. I also followed Chad's direction in the creation of a proper Brett starter, allowing it almost nine full days of fermentation before pitching it into the Baltic Porter wort. The result was one of the most violent and rapid fermentations I've experienced as a homebrewer.
|Pooling at the bottom of the fermentation chamber.|