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8 years 3 months ago #1817 by Dullahan Brewing
Replied by Dullahan Brewing on topic Roggenbier.

Yes you could store it but not for an extended period. Much better starting with a fresh starter and splitting it.

I figured as much,no point risking it when i don't have to,next vial i get i will split the starter for sure. ;)

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8 years 3 months ago #1821 by xenon
Replied by xenon on topic Roggenbier.
I have done a Hefe experiment using Wyeast 3068 (not same as original you mentioned) and M20. M20 was a lot spicier and far less banana. I preferred it over the 3068. Didn't wash the 3068 cake cause the dry yeast is affordable compared to the liquids (here at least)

Roggenbier! Hope it turns out for you.


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