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Can I stop the process?

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I would be extra cautious with sanitation. Put the pre-boiled wort in an airtight bucket or something, maybe flush with CO2 if youre over-zealous. Id be concerned, but not overly, about Lactobacillus delbruckii getting into the wort and starting a fermentation. Even if you boil off the bugs during the boil, the lactic acid will remain.

That being said... you should be fine.
8/5/2012 11:13:17 AM

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Id cover the wort to keep it clean and keep the files out, but no worries about sanitation. Microorganisms dont work that fast, and the boil will kill them all.
8/5/2012 4:01:36 PM

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