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Old 01-06-2013, 11:48 AM   #1
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I have been making yeast starters for almost all my beer's. When they have been completed I transfer them to a fully sanitized mason ball jar. After letting everything settle I put it in the fridge for storage until I brew. My question is there is three diff levels in the mason jar. Which level is the yeast?

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The white stuff is your yeast.

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I have been making yeast starters for almost all my beer's. When they have been completed I transfer them to a fully sanitized mason ball jar. After letting everything settle I put it in the fridge for storage until I brew. My question is there is three diff levels in the mason jar. Which level is the yeast?
The cleanish liquid level I believe is "wort" and then there is a small dark layer of deposit and a bigger lighter layer of deposit on the bottom. Will post pic. Wondering which is the yeast?
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The white stuff is your yeast.
I figured as much because every time I I do a second starter for the same yeast that is what seems to get larger in quantity. Thank for the help!!!!!
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