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Old 08-09-2012, 05:30 PM   #11
AmandaK
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No, not in 1 starter.
If I have entered the yeast info correctly into yeastcalc, You have about 83 billion cells between the 2 vials.
You'll need to do a 1L starter 12-16 hours. Let it settle. Then step up with another 1L starter . 12-16 hours.

If you have a stir plate, you can do a 1.56L starter overnite.

This.

Also, DJ-lmnop... it would be advantageous for you to learn how to use the yeastcalc.com, especially if you continue to make beers.


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Old 08-09-2012, 06:40 PM   #12
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This.

Also, DJ-lmnop... it would be advantageous for you to learn how to use the yeastcalc.com, especially if you continue to make beers.
LOL.... yes i am seeing that that is where i am having some difficulty.
Oh well..... here goes nothing......

 
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