Originally Posted by DrunkTrucker
Now that you have used liquid yeast save the yeast and use it on future batches.
Trying to get my thinking straight here as I re-enter the yeast resuse world.
When working with liquid yeast cultures and reusing them, do most folks:
* split the starter that was made from a liquid culture (pitch part into the wort, pitch the rest into sterile water or more starter and refrigerate)
* do the yeast-washing thing out of the primary, as demonstrated in the yeast-washing sticky?
Also, the agar slant approach seems to be a minority approach here. Is it just not worth the effort or are the slanters too busy preparing their beakers of media to post to HBT with wild abandon?