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Old 12-19-2012, 02:06 AM   #1
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Default Should my starter look like this???

I have done a few starters in the past but not a lot. Anyways, I started this one ysterday and it looks like this. Is this just the yeast? It's wlp007 English Dry Yeast.

Thanks a bunch. It is actually really fresh yeast also, just packaged on 12-5.

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Old 12-19-2012, 02:10 AM   #2
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Your flask looks a little too full for my comfort zone and there appears to be some break material floating around (which is fine) or yeast clumps I guess. Looks fine to me, I wouldn't worry.

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Looks normal to me. A lot of English yeasts clump together like that. I've seen similar looking pics

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Weird. I can't see the pic.

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Alright, thanks. yes, it is pretty full but been fine. I'm going to throw it in the fridge tonight for two days then do one more step up. Should be ready by friday!

Thanks, I just wanted to make sure thie chunky stuff was ok. The ones i have done in the past all just blend into the beer and make the wort look cloudy until it settles for a bit. This stuff is THICK!

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Weird. I can't see the pic.
It was there a minute ago....now it's gone.
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See it now? Strange... I tried re-uploading it....

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now?

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Lost it, now its back again

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Just reuploaded it should be able to see on the other post

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