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Old 06-12-2017, 01:26 PM   #71
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Whilst my guide definately works. I've recently discovered you can bottle culture in a lot less steps. When I cultured up the Gales strain I only used two steps (200ml then 1L) before put it into a 10L batch
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The 1845 yeast is going to be my first attempt at reculturing since returning to brewing, so will be interested to hear how you get on with it.
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This thread suggests that Marston's Pedigree is a secondary strain, Safale F-2.
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The 1845 yeast is going to be my first attempt at reculturing since returning to brewing, so will be interested to hear how you get on with it.
Finally got round to using this today! Started brewing 0645, done and dusted at 1130. Been 4 hours since pitching and there's no sign of life, yet. What gives? CML Real Ale would have finished by now.
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Ok now 9 hours in and still nuthin'. Getting twitchy now.
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Ok now 9 hours in and still nuthin'. Getting twitchy now.
You're just used to CML Real Ale yeast. I wouldnt even be worrying till 72 hours is up.

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You're just used to CML Real Ale yeast. I wouldnt even be worrying till 72 hours is up.

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Phew! Dunno why but I was kinda expecting it to hit the ground running.
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Phew! Dunno why but I was kinda expecting it to hit the ground running.
Have you used liquid yeast before? If you've only used dry you'll be used to fast starts. I've read that a packet of dry yeast has 1.5 times as much cells in it than yeast from one of the yeast labs.
My Gales yeast usually takes about 12-24 hours to get going
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MyQul... no, never used liquid yeasts before. Looks like I've been spoiled but reassured that all is normal. Fully expecting it to be going at it like the clappers at 5am tomorrow when I get up! Got it at 22C by the way. Would you go with that for 1845 yeast?
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MyQul... no, never used liquid yeasts before. Looks like I've been spoiled but reassured that all is normal. Fully expecting it to be going at it like the clappers at 5am tomorrow when I get up! Got it at 22C by the way. Would you go with that for 1845 yeast?
I'd start it off lower. From what I've read, Fullers pitch the yeast at 17C/18C then raise to 20C. Then (iirc) when fermentation is over crash it down and hold it there for a bit while the yeast cleans up
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