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Old 05-15-2010, 10:43 PM   #1
WillWyn
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Sep 2008
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Built up a three gallon starter for a ten gallon Octoberfest. Used extra-light dme. After chilling it, I noticed a fair amount of darker matter that settled out first. Is this hot/cold break? Started with a fresh smack-pack. There is a fair amount of this material underneath the healthy looking yeast. Should I rinse the yeast to get rid of the darker matter or just pitch as is?

 
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