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2016-01-24 20:26:04 Post No. 7304193
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Okay so this is a weird question...
I've been brewing some makgeolli, which is basically korean rice beer. Anyway, I checked it today to stir it up, and there are small bugs around the edge of the fermentation bucket. Like weevils maybe... I don't know how the fuck they got in since it's been in a sealed bucket with an airlock, only opened briefly once a day to stir. I can only assume they were already in something I put in there. I didn't see any in the rice (which I thoroughly washed), plus I cooked it so I assume that would have killed them? My guess is the nuruk... It's this wheat shit that has the right bacteria in it... Shit was pretty dirty, had string and random chunks of other shit in it. It's made basically by making a cooked wheat brick and leaving it outside.
Anyway the point is, they're all dead. I assume because they've been in some fairly alcoholic shit blanketed with a ton of CO2......... So is it okay to still drink this shit?
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