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Culturing

Culture, store, and grow yeast from your favorite commercial beers from around the world. Collect and curate your own yeast library from rare beers or from your favorite seasonal yeast strain releases. With culturing kits and supplies you can turn your brewery into a yeast lab.

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  • Yeast Starter Kit –..

    Yeast Starter Kit –..

    $19.43

    Create a yeast starter for higher alchohol beer or cold fermented lagers. Start with one vial of Whitelabs yeast and this starter kit. Comes with 2000ml Erlenmeyer flask, 1/2 lb DME, & 1oz Fermaid K (Yeast Nutrient). Directions for use: Mix 1 cup (1/4 pound) of DME10 and 2 pinches of yeast nutrient mix with 1800ml of water.

    (We do not recommend the use of an electric element with these flasks. If this cannot be avoided, we recommend using a larger pot as a hot water bath on the stove.)

    In the lab world, these flasks are known as “Student Grade”. A great flask for making yeast starters!(Student grade is not the highest grade flasks and will have minor defects)

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  • Yeast Starter Kit (1000 m..

    Yeast Starter Kit (1000 m..

    $11.93

    The most common size used to make starters using White Labs brand yeast. Same as our Y300 Starter Kit, but with a 1000ml Erlenmeyer flask instead of the 500ml.

    (We do not recommend the use of an electric element with these flasks. If this cannot be avoided, we recommend using a larger pot as a hot water bath on the stove.)

    In the lab world, these flasks are known as “Student Grade”. A great flask for making yeast starters!(Student grade is not the highest grade flasks and will have minor defects)

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  • Yeast Starter Kit (500 ml..

    Yeast Starter Kit (500 ml..

    $9.38

    500ml Erlenmeyer flask, 1/2lb light dried malt extract & 1oz Fermaid K (Yeast Nutrient). This starter kit is for growing liquid yeast starters. The idea is that the starter acts as a mini batch of beer where the yeast cells replicate before being pitched into your 5 gallon batch. More yeast means fermentation starts faster. The bacteria and wild yeast that got into your beer during the transfer from kettle to fermenter have less chance of creating a negative flavor impact upon your beer.

    (We do not recommend the use of an electric element with these flasks. If this cannot be avoided, we recommend using a larger pot as a hot water bath on the stove.)

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