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    Dry Yeast or Liquid?

    Hey Schnitzengiggle, How is that Blackberry Ale? I actually have some blackberry bushes and have a supply of berries in the freezer.
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    Dry Yeast or Liquid?

    Hey, Thanks for all of the information. I think that you all have convinced me to venture in to the dry yeast. I've got 10 gallons of Rye IPA in the secondary right now and I plan to bottle it next Tuesday then I will probably start a batch of fat tire clone. I've brewed six batches of beer...
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    Dry Yeast or Liquid?

    I have only brewed with liquid yeast and in the quest for cutting some of the cost down for my brew I was wondering about using dry yeast instead of liquid. I was wondering if someone could give me some good advice on this subject. The next recipe that I want to brew is a brown ale that calls...
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    What's Brewing Today - AHS Texas Blonde

    HI EricCSU, Good brew choice. I made the same recipe in January, and everyone seemed to like it. Your temperature may not have been right for you mash. I had this happen to me when I did a minimash Texas Bock last year. The way I was told to fix it from a friend that had been brewing much...
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    When is my yeast starter ready?

    Eureka....I brewed my all grain IPA today. 5 1/2 gallons at 1.074 SG. Divided my starter in half and 8 hours latter my primary is bubbling away. I am going to add some wort to the remaining half of my starter to build it back up.
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    When is my yeast starter ready?

    Well, ok, Here we go. I started my all grain Rye IPA sparge. Only the second time that I have done this all grain. The first time it turned out good so hopefully the yeast are up for the challenge. I brewed the second five gallon batch and the second half of the yeast starter worked well. I had...
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    When is my yeast starter ready?

    yea it needs to be in the fridge until you get ready to use it, then you want to take it out and let it warn to room temp. I used a smack pack for the first time when I brewed my last batch a couple of months ago. There are instructions on the web site and I had no problems.
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    When is my yeast starter ready?

    I started see activity after about 12 hours and now it has been about 24 and it is quite active. Not sure how long it takes for the yeast to really multiply.
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    When is my yeast starter ready?

    My starter was one quart and my SG was about 1.04
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    When is my yeast starter ready?

    I made a yeast starter yesterday, for the first time and this weekend I was planning on making two 5 gallon batches of IPA. When do I know that my starter is ready? It has been bubbling all night. Then secondly can I split this one starter in to two five gallon batches of brew. Thanks...
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