Thanks for your answer "ShorePoints".
What you say makes sense and I will use the normal method of sterilising to make my starters.
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The standard method of creating a yeast starter is boil a pre determined quantity of water for 15-20 mins, add dme, cool and pitch the smack pack. My question is; if I use UV sterilised water can I forgo the 15 min boil. My water supply is from a rain water tank which passes through a 4 stage filter...
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Hi All, What a great site you have built. I have been brewing on and off for over 40 yrs, starting in the '70s when I was in the RAF. Like most people I started with extract brewing using sugar as stated on the tin. I cannot say they were good beers but they were mine. Over time I progressed and imp...