Ol' Notty came through for me. Checked the beer I referenced above: FG spot-on where it should be. So, I celebrated that milestone by racking said brew into my first keg. She's now on the gas in the fridge at 12 PSI.
I used Notty for the first time on Saturday. Brewed a 1G test batch and split a pack of Notty between the 1G brew and 1L to put in the fridge after 24/48 hours.
12 hours later they were heavily fermenting away, with the 1G batch bubbling into my airlock.
Glad I didn't see this before brewing (this is only my 4th brew).
I just used this rehydrated for a cream ale and was fermenting within 8 hours,at about 16 hours had to install a blow off hose.
I rehydrate the yeast this weekend, and I could not brew, so my question is, if I can leave the yeast in the water until next weekend? or need to give a little sugar to it?