Subject: Can yeast act on jelatin (sp?)
Date: 1989-10-24 20:39:52 GMT
I have a question posed by a fellow homebrewer who doesn't have
access. He had a batch that brewed in the cellar for some time (I
can't remember how long) when he thought fermentation had slowed enough
he brought it upstairs and put some jelatin (sp?, to clear it up) in
it. After he did that it continued bubling for the next few weeks and
he's wondering if the yeast could be acting on the jelatin or if it
might be dangerous to drink the beer now. Any info?
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