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Using sieve when transfering to fermenter

Discussion in 'Partial Mash Brewing' started by Tricky Dicky, 13/12/18.

 

  1. Tricky Dicky

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    Posted 13/12/18
    I've brewed 4 partial grain recipes and so far they have turned out pretty good. However I haven't been pouring chilled wort into the fermenter through a sieve and wondered if this actually makes much difference to the taste/flavour of the finished product?
     
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    I pour through a sieve . I usually get a little left over hop junk in it,not much , but I mainly do it cause I feel it oxygenates the wort better for pitching yeast .
     

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