When to take your starter off the stir plate?

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    I'm betting any yeast manufacturer would answer your question better than us, most are very nice people
     
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    I've been in touch with Imperial, and yes, they seem great people:). That was about something else, but I've asked them about this, too, and I'm still hoping for an answer. It's been a few days, but I guess they've got other things to do besides answering questions from me.
     
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    Well they are responsible for billions upon billions of lives... no matter how relatively small they are. :D
     
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    I'm not sure John smokes;)? Anyway, he's not the yeast expert, he's probably got this from Chris White, or at least he has ok'd it. (He's on the acknowledgements list in HtBr.). But I've heard this in a beersmith podcast as well from guys from Imperial Yeast - and they're yeast experts. Link to the pod in my first post.
     

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