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derekge 07-09-2012 04:58 AM

Washed Yeast...now what?
 
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I washed some Belgian Ale WLP550 and I can't really tell which layer is the yeast. Is it the thin, white layer just above the bottom trub layer or is it the middle murky layer?

Also: how do I pitch this? If the middle murky layer is the yeast then wouldn't I want to siphon out that part and pitch that only? I'm not doing a starter and I don't need much since I'm doing a 1 gal. batch.

Thanks for the tips everybody - cheers!


derekge 07-09-2012 04:20 PM

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Thanks for the replies. Looks like the middle section of the yeast is settling. I'm still curious as to how I pitch this?



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