I've been tooling around on the forum looking for a topic on this subject before starting a new one, and I found one! I thought there was one out there.
I'm planning a Belgian strong golden ale. Shooting for an OG around 1.095. I'm planning on using WY 3787 and making a 3 qt starter with a cell count target of about 250B.
My question is should I just pitch that starter and let it run? I know that will work but should I plan for an additional yeast addition after the initial pitch? And in general, for high gravity beers when (gravity-wise) do you need to throw in additional yeast additions?
I've also seen reference in some posts about adding oxygen when adding yeast after the initial pitch. That confuses me a little since my understanding was to keep oxygen out of the beer after the initial aeration.