[Northkeep] Brewing Help

greddi66 at juno.com greddi66 at juno.com
Fri May 7 06:10:21 PDT 2004

Yes they do, but some batches & peoples tastes may want a lower alcohol content. . . Killing the yeast helps control the carbonization after bottling.  It would be tragic to lose several (or More!) bottles do to re-activation of the yeast in the bottles; to much gas buildup and POP! goes the top.  There are problably more great reasons. . .but I haven't learned them yet! 

Renault du Mont Saint-Michel
Newest member of the brewing community
Don't all the yeastie-beasties die when the alcohol level gets high
enough! do you need to kill them or just let them die happy?
Curious Pyro

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