Originally Posted by wildwest450
I always let mine warm to a few degrees below pitching temp, 3 or 4 to be exact.
that will work to. basically you don't want to pitch warm yeast into cold wart. they freak out and don't work till they adapt to the low temps.
think about it, how do you feel when you jump into a COLD pool. but once your in there for a while the water doesn't seem so cold.