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Old 18-10-2017, 09:16 AM   #11
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I rarely crash my starters and haven’t noticed any problems from pitching the spent wort. That said, they’re usually 1.5l or less, i would crash a 2l or bigger starter just in case.
I decant my spent wort into the sink as well even though Brulosophy have shown (yet again) that you can tip a whole 3 litres into a something as delicately flavoured as a lager and it makes zero difference to the outcome.
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