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Guy Corrado of Eastern Homebrew in Northfield, NJ shows us how to make a yeast starter for home brewing. With a wealth of brewing knowledge, Guy has been a mentor to both beginners and professional brewers throughout the area.
What is a Yeast Starter?
A yeast starter is a small volume of wort used for the sole purpose of growing yeast cells. Making a yeast starter lets you build up the number of yeast cells you need for higher gravity beers from just one package of yeast, saving you a few bucks you can spend elsewhere.
If you are looking to learn how to homebrew or ready to step up your game, Eastern Homebrew is a great place to start. Remember to like, comment, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel for more beer-related content.
More Homebrewing Resources
Our recent article 5 Great Books about Beer has a few books that we highly recommend for anyone interested in brewing including the one that changed the game, The Complete Joy of Homebrewing by Charlie Papazian