Yeast Master - Advanced Kit

Yeast Master - Advanced Kit

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Includes all of the supplies that an advanced "Yeast Farmer" would deem necessary to culture, store, and grow yeast to large volumes. You will need a pressure cooker to make up Malt Agar for plates and slants.

KIt Includes:

• Stir Plate
• Torch
• 50, 1000, & 2000 ML flasks
• Alcohol Lamp
• Pack of 20 Sterile Plastic Plates
• 10 Borosilicate Glass Slant Tubes
• Inoculation Needle
• Agar
• Wax Pencil
• Book Yeast - The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation

Item # Y602
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 6 LBS
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Planning on trying to cultivate my own yeast for a distillery I own
Gregory D on Feb 18, 2019
Planning on trying to cultivate my own yeast for a distillery I own
Gregory D on Feb 18, 2019

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Rated 4 out of 5
As with Morebeers other products it's complete with the small details.
More detailed that I thought and can see this side of brewing can go much further. Everything was thrown on the box, not to say that's bad, but it does require some reading and learning to use in it's entirety
July 4, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
A great starting point if you are interested in yeast culturing and propagation.
I purchased this with the hope of propagating some dregs from a Hoegaarden bottle. Well several years later and I have a pretty nice yeast bank of my own going including some wild yeasts captured and isolated by a fellow club member. The kit is very complete and contains everything you need to start harvesting, storing and propagating yeast. The book by Pierre Rajotte is a good reference and has a lot of good illustrations to help you get started. I highly recommend it as a good starting point for anyone interested in yeast 'ranching'!
May 1, 2013