I am brewing a 5 gal batch, chili rye iipa with an OG around 1.080 and an abv around 7.7%. My original plan was to make a starter with 1 pack of safbrew t-58 and pitch another pack in the primary. Then I received my byo mag in the mail and an article said for an OG of 1.080 you need around 500 billion yeast cells. Fermentis' website says the pitching rate should be 50g-80g/hl. I'm guessing g is grams and there's 10g's per pack, but what is hl? Also, Wyeast yeast is 100 billion but the website says, when used as a starter, can produce 240 billion. Should I expect a higher cell count with my starter, using safbrew t-58 (dry yeast) Anyone have any advice?