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Measuring yeast for pitching into very small batches

Disclaimer; I am brewing predominantly ginger beer, and experimenting with some commercial yeasts in pitching. My batches of ginger beer are 1~2 gallons max, as it's consumed pretty quickly and I ...
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Failed primary fementation - repitch?

Yeast: Mangrove Jack's M44 - US West Coast Yesterday I brewed an IPA recipe but had a couple of issues when it came to pitching the yeast. The first was that I could not get the wort temperature ...
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Starters for 1500 litre brewing with 100 g of Dry Yeast

What is the possible way to brew batch like 1500 liter with 100 g of yeast ? And how many starter steps need to go and how long will it take to get target pitch rate ? Thanks all !! P.S I'm new ...
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When to oxygenate when you delay pitching the yeast?

It's time for some summer brewing and that means the warm tap water running through my wort chiller will have trouble cooling my wort down below the upper 70s. Even for the Belgian style beer I'm ...
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Why is my pre yeast pitch lager bubbling in the fridge?

I have been placing my lager wort in the fridge overnight to get down to my desired pitch temp. This time I opened the fridge to see my airlock bubbling... I understand about possibility of ...
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How much recycled yeast to use?

Morning all, I am just getting into re-using my yeast and have a question. I wash it as per the YouTube advice that I found (haha) and it seems to store pretty well so far. I have tried it in one ...
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Starter quantity w/ Mr. Malty Calculator

I have an imperial stout that seems to have slowed fermentation ~ 1.040. I made a 2L starter w/ Super San Diego yeast on stir plate and pitched it at high krausen.. no decanting. Based on Mr. Malty's ...
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Over-pitched yeast- how to avoid autolysis?

I am doing my first batch with a yeast starter. I harvested yeast from a commercial Belgian trappist ale, built it up for a couple of days, cold-crashed it, decanted off the majority of the mini-wort ...
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Is my beer oxidized?

I brewed a batch of bitter 5 weeks ago, simple recipe with 90 % pale malt and 10 % crystal. IBU is aout 30. I have brewed this beer before, and it was great. Everything went perfect, up until I ...
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Yeast starter timing question

Can anyone give me a time recommendation on how long I should allow a yeast starter sit on the stir plate for before pitching? I usually make it the night before (about 18 hours prior to pitching) ...
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Pitched yeast into head of wort, will this delay/ruin its effect?

I am a first time home-brewer. Followed the instructions to the letter. When I added the cold water I "splashed" it in to aerate it. The wort had a large head at the time of pitching the yeast. Will ...
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Yeast pitching and wort cooling

I'm making an American Brown Ale and added liquid yeast to the wort that may have been too hot. The yeast was in the fridge and out to cool for 45 minutes. My guess is: Wort temp: 26-27C or about 80F ...