From the HBD Archive
From: Darryl Richman <darryl@ism780c.isc.com>
Subject: re: Culturing SN yeast
Date: 1989-08-14 14:23:02 GMT

You did the right thing, and it was doing the right thing. The only problem
is that "high krausen" for such a small volume is not very high.

To actually culture from a bottle, all you need to do is pour the yeast
slurry from the bottom into an 8 ounce bottle (for example, I use a baby
bottle) of wort. Let it go 3 or 4 days, until the bubbles on top slow
down and there is a bit of sediment on the bottom. Then make up a quart
of wort and pour this into it. Let that go for 3-5 days and you're ready
to pitch into 5 gallons. Each time you are bring the quantity of yeast
up by 20 times, roughly.

--Darryl Richman

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