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Old 03-31-2013, 02:29 AM   #1
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Default Chop & Brew Episode on Washing Yeast

http://chopandbrew.com/2013/03/30/ch...st-with-don-o/

Weíve had a lot of requests for a how-to on washing yeast. Your wish is our command. In this episode, Chip and his buddy Don Osborn walk through the steps of washing yeast for the purpose of reusing it for brewing more beer at home. This easy process should yield healthy, clean yeast thatís ready to rip into your next batch of wort. Itís a great way to save a few bucks and, more importantly, keep a unique yeast strain around for a few generations. [Original postdate: March 30, 2013]


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Love Chip, love Chop and Brew!


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Thanks Chip! I really appreciate the videos that you and DonO make.
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Nice episode, even if you know, it still helps to see "dat processes" again. The bacon episode is the best so far though, for me.. Wow, inspiration.
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Thanks Chip! I really appreciate the videos that you and DonO make.
Thanks to you as well. Just set up this Chop&Brew HBT account as well. So watch for posts from this handle!

I'll keep the texabamasota account to random drunken questions in the night.
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It was a great episode. I learned what I did wrong the last time I washed yeast, good thing it was only US-05. The next batch will be better.
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Don Osborn is a legend. To me anyway.


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