Making Your Own Yeast Starter

Yeast in starter

Making a starter really is a Great way to make sure your fermentation will be as vigorous as can be. It’s fairly simple and can require little equipment.

Now there is definitively a professional way of going about it but that’s for people with money to blow. And includes magnetic stir plates, flasks, other lab equipment, and I really want to do it soon but right now this is how I go about it.

For the reference it works quite good and the start up cost is a surprising Zero $.


Steps to a successful yeast starter:

  1. Clean a fat beer glass
  2. Warm water to about 90 deg. F or 32.22 deg. C
  3. Add yeast and some starter sugar.
  4. Wait 10-15 minutes
  5. Poor into Fermenter

 

 

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Since early highschool Alex has been tinkering with online projects. Now, Co-founder of Enzlo Inc, a software and web company that established itself by developing it’s own email marketing software, online selling platform, and subscription sites. - Instagram

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