If it looks like the yeast has settled, you can also try inverting them once or twice to keep it in suspension while the bottles are warmer.
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Could you not also compare it to a three tier brew stand, though? Much more cost effective than that.
Maybe so. From my point of view, though, a 3 tier brew stand is unnecessary. But that still doesn't negate the fact that a piece of inexpensive tubing would do the same thing as the jack table. But it's all about personal choices.
Don't try to build your own stir starter and expect to save money. If you do it right, they give you the schematic if you need one, you'll spend more money and only create a headache for yourself.
I built 2 but if I were to do it again I think I would just pay the guy the money and have it shipped to me.
If Howard St is still as ghetto as it was when I was at Loyola
I just made a blonde with 3787. Haven't tasted it yet, but I've liked this yeast in the past.
I like the Ardennes, but it really shines in a tripel.
It might work in a blonde. I don't think it works in a darker beer.
In my opinion it most certainly does. I'm currently on the 8th generation of this yeast strain, I keep on reusing previous yeast cakes. I most certainly recommend Ardennes yeast strain in Darker Belgains, Strong dark Belgains and blondes.