From the HBD Archive
From: florianb@tekred.cna.tek.com
Subject: Re: temperatures and liquid yeast culturing
Date: 1989-08-03 17:29:02 GMT

My grateful thanks go to Erik A. Henchal for his detailed discussion
of yeast culturing. This is exactly the information I've been looking
for in regard to propagation of yeast. At the end, he asks:

>To Florian Bell: Hey Flo...Did I hear you correctly when you said
>that the temperature in your neighborhood is in the high sixties
>MOST of the year. Are you talking daytime temperatures? How cold
>at night?

No, not in the "neighborhood" but in my HOUSE. This is due to the
phenomenal insulation properties of logs. As for the ambient temps,
in the summer the swing is from 90 degrees daytime to fourty degrees
at night, easily. We also have about a good two months growing
season (central Oregon). After considerable suspended animation
up to the end of June, my hops is now flowering. I hope the frosts
hold off until the buds are ripe.

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