This may sound like a pretty simple question, but when making a starter on a stir plate, after approx 12-18 hours (according to the Mr Malty directions) it should be ready to pitch into your wort. Do you allow it to settle, pour off some of the liquid and pitch the slurry or do you pitch it all while the yeast is suspended in solution?
I looked around and if this has been addressed someplace else, I missed it. Sorry.
Moderators, would you move this over to the Yeaast/Fermentation area. Sorry about that.
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