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Old 04-28-2014, 07:28 AM   #1
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Question for Brew Master's

Okay ...i've made several recommendations about
how healthy i believe brewer's yeast is for b- vitamins
as a supplemental SOURCE

But Jim Koch who started SAM ADAMS BREWERY is now
saying that he personally takes a tablespoon of fleischmanns
yeast with yogurt before he starts drinking beer
so it's in his stomach to process the beer.
(he can drink a six pack and barely have a buzz)

now......... wouldn't you say... that the "fleischmann's yeast"
is active (viable) and the brewer's yeast that is "left-over" from
the brewing process is already SPENT (unviable) to a large extent?

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/the-secret...get-1567906564
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:47 PM   #2
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When you brew, dead yeast will fall to the bottom of your fermentation vessel. LIVE YEAST swims around... When you are drinking live beer (labeled bottle conditioned) you will see sediment at the bottom of the bottle, which is dead yeast... All force carbonated beer sold in high volume is pasteurized, which kills all yeast.

So pretty much, all beer you drink has dead yeast in it. Brewers yeast is definitely active.
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Old 04-29-2014, 07:22 AM   #3
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Okay ...i've made several recommendations about
how healthy i believe brewer's yeast is for b- vitamins
as a supplemental SOURCE

But Jim Koch who started SAM ADAMS BREWERY is now
saying that he personally takes a tablespoon of fleischmanns
yeast with yogurt before he starts drinking beer
so it's in his stomach to process the beer.
(he can drink a six pack and barely have a buzz)

now......... wouldn't you say... that the "fleischmann's yeast"
is active (viable) and the brewer's yeast that is "left-over" from
the brewing process is already SPENT (unviable) to a large extent?

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/the-secret...get-1567906564
I've personally drank beer with Jim Koch and the dude was very drunk. Maybe he forgot the yeast that night? Either way I don't see how the yeast would have this effect. Yeast feeds on fermentable sugars and turns them into alcohol. Most beer has had all those sugars processed by the yeast during the fermentation cycle, leaving the yeast with little to nothing to do. If you were to eat yeast and then drunk beer, I'd think you'd have no beneficial side effects, but your digestive system would be like a foghorn for 10 hours...
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Thumbs up Force Carbonated

So when i drink Beer..........

i'll have the "force with me"

way cool Nebe
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i am currently making kiefer with Keifer grains
and comparing the two ....and you can preserve
the grains by drying them and then later re-ad them
to whole milk and Make keifer again and again...

his thesis didn't make sense to me Ian ....
because the process had already completed essentially
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I was tanked last night when I posted my reply, but Ian has said what I was trying to say.

If cooking yeast was dead, your bread would never rise
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you have to wonder what Stomach acids would do to live yeast as well.....

"If you're arguing with an idiot, make sure he isn't doing the same thing."
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I was tanked last night when I posted my reply, but Ian has said what I was trying to say.

If cooking yeast was dead, your bread would never rise
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that's what i found puzzling right off

was that he was advocating using bread rising yeast
and had named fleischmanns by name
to manage the alcohol content... instead of a yeast
commonly used by brewers....
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all questions answered. Pretty interesting.

http://www.snopes.com/medical/homecure/yeast.asp
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He can probably drink a six pack and not have a buzz because he drinks a lot. I used to be able to do that no problem in my younger days.

Isn't getting drunk one of the best parts of drinking beer anyway?
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Talking

i thought it was peeing like a racehorse

Belching like a bigfoot

and farting like a foghorn
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Unhappy just one Corona yesterday

i thought it was "my safe to drink beer"

and today i feel just awful (nausea)

headache

.........and hungover like i drank a fifth of booze

and so the search for the answer/reason.... continues...

i used to drink a six-pack a day .... not that long ago
with no adverse effects....
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