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Old 02-15-2013, 10:35 PM   #1
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Default Mixing yeasts?

I was given a beligian tripel kit that came with wyeast 3787, it was from november so i decided to go to LHBS and pick up some more yeast to make a starter. The store only had white labs trappist ale 500, would there be any problems if I added the two different yeasts into a starter to make the kit? If so, should I just use the white labs or go to a different store and get the wyeast?

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You can mix yeasts, it will taste different but should be fine. Or, make a starter with the liquid yeast...easily done.

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