« on: May 29, 2010, 05:35:58 PM »
Thanks so much for the response and info! It started bubbling a few hours after I first posted, I could tell due to the bubbles it made at the end of the blowoff tube in to the sanitizer bucket, it's been going quite steady since. I'm going to keep it cool for the primary, to try to aleviate any underpitch problems. So, will there truly not be too many real issues due to underpitching, or just ones that I won't be able to tell the difference with? Next time, I'll use a starter. I've seen the frustration folks on this site have with home brew shops not communicating pitch rate, wonder why they don't sell you two vials of yeast with a kit at a minimum?