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Old 20-03-2017, 03:05 PM   #1
essexjim
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Default Pitch on yeast cake multiple times or save starter for reuse?

I'm going to be brewing three Belgian Tripel one after another using a WYeast pack.


Should I do a simple starter using all of it in my first fermentation, pitching my wort directly onto the yeast cake with the following brews


OR

Should I split my starter, saving some to make a new starter for each of the following brews?
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