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From: roberts%studguppy@LANL.GOV (Doug Roberts @ Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Subject: Yeast redux
Date: 1989-09-18 23:24:51 GMT

Now this is a little odd: I brewed a batch on August 31 (the Clara
Bell Bock beer). I pitched 14 grams of Munton & Fisson and saw a very
vigorous and healthy fermentation in the primary. Three days later the
head had dropped and I racked to the secondary, whereupon the
fermentation nearly died. It puttered along at a _very_ slow rate
until a day ago, when it started to pick up. Now, there is fairly
active fermentation going on, enough to cause a new light head of very
fine bubbles at the top of the secondary.

Any ideas as to what has caused this?

--Doug

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