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Old 04-06-2010, 12:58 PM   #1
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Default Another yeast washing question.

I read alot of information about washing yeast and have a good understanding of the process, but I have not seen anyone write about what I want to try.

I finished fermenting a belgium blond, OG 1.060 FG 1.010 I racked off into a secondary leaving behind trub and yeast. I placed it in my fridge to cold crash the yeast still in the beer. I have a nice layer after three days and was think to wash this yeast. I was thinking this yeast stayed in suspension the longest and may make a great starter for a future batch.

My question is does anyone out their use this process for yeast collection.
If so. how did it work out for the next batch?


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