ArticleOlive Oil AerationOlive oil and beer: Two great things that go great together? A new technique that’s gaining respect among professional brewers may pave the way to preventing oxidation down the road.Already a member? Log InWritten by John McKissackYou'll Also Like Article MEMBERS ONLY Wort Aeration Aeration can be done immediately before adding your yeast or right after, but you don’t want to aerate your wort until it is cooled to fermentation temperature. Aerating hot wort can lead to unwanted color pick-up and decreased solubility. Article MEMBERS ONLY Keys to Aeration Give your yeast some breathing room and say goodbye to sluggish fermentations with proper aeration.