Im a few brews deep now, and on my last one i prepared my first starter. My question is regarding yeast nutrients. I know some people add them to old/ out dated yeast or just to boost the rate of cell division in starters. anyways, lets just say i remembered i had some "distiller's nutrient" from a previous project. Its intended for high alcohol mashes with low nutrients, ingredients are: yeast nutrients (ammonium phosphate [dibasic], magnesium sulfate), Micro nutrients, trace vitamins and minerals. Thats all the label says. now the directions start for alcohol levels as low as 8% so i have proper quantities in the direction, but do you think it would be ok to use this stuff in future starters? the brand is brewhaus if that helps at all.