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Yeasts are micro-organisms used in brewing to produce alcohol during the process of fermentation.

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I’m making my first yeast starter, and want to confirm my calculations. OG = 1,059 Batch size(post boil) = 9,2 Liters Wyeast Ale yeast creating date: 07.des. 2015. (only 36-37 billions cells left … ..) According to my calculations, I need 0,3 Liters of water, and 35 grams of spray malt in my starter to reach 100 billion cells (Mr.Malty). I will also add yeast nutrition. Does this sound right? …
asked Feb 4 '16 by Bjorn
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After my last brew(beginning of may)I harvested the yeast cake(slurry) to 3 glass jars, put them in the fridge to store them for my next brew(11. June 2016). I'm about to make a starter to get the … yeast count up, and hopefully use it in my brew. A couple of hours before I started to boil the DME wort, I took one of the yeast jars out of the fridge to get the temperature of the yeast up(to not …
asked Jun 8 '16 by Bjorn
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I'm making mini batches with IPAs(4-5 liters/ca 1,5 gallon), and with my three first brews I've used dry yeast. On my next mini batch I'll use liquid yeast(WLP005), do I need to make a starter or is … the batch small enough to just put the yeast in. I have also read that if the O.G. is at a certain level I need to make a starter. How do I know the O.G. level without starting making my brew? thanks …
asked Jan 4 '14 by Bjorn
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Before when I have used White Labs WLP-001 I have gotten too much alcohol taste on my beer. One on my theories is that I have been fermenting it on to high temperature (living room - around 22C). My b …
asked Apr 12 '17 by Bjorn