^this. Again, agree with you Jim. I don't know you but I'd love to collab with you. Actually nevermind. We'd probably still make the same beer we make already.
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LOL I'm not a guy. And the info wasn't too much! I was actually a Biology major in college, and took a lot of Chemistry. I got thisGo girl! Cheers!
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Another way is to pitch yeast that are active into well oxygenated wort. If they are in exponential phase the difference between 200 and 400 billion cells is about 90 minutes.Yes, listen to Jim. For the nth time, I miss having Mark on here. Can we sticky some of his posts?
Probably the best way to get a huge pitch is to brew a session beer...+2 or something. This is also an effective, practical way to grow yeast. If I want a Scotch Ale brew a 60 shilling and pitch the cake into the Scotch Ale.