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Old 10-15-2010, 11:55 AM   #1
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So, I washed my first yeast from a porter and it was Notty. I want to brew an 11 gallon batch of BM's Centennial Blonde Ale and it also calls for Notty. Is it taboo to use washed yeast from a dark beer in a light beer? Should you try and stick to the same type/color of beer when using washed yeast?

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should be fine. I would use it.

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If you wash the yeast a couple of times, as per the instructions in the sticky, I would not worry about it. I'm assuming that your porter was a normal gravity beer.

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