Greetings all, Long time lurker, first time poster! I am making a saison and using WY3724 for the first time. Pitched a 2L, 1.040 starter from a single smack pack and let it ride for 36 hours on a stir plate. Tossed into the fridge for 4 days and took out to pitch today (brew day). Noticed that - as described for this yeast - there was still a ton of yeast in suspension in my starter. Decanted into a pitcher so I could sample; I like to sample the starter wort for yeast I'm not familiar with to get an idea of the flavor. Couple of takeaways: 1) wondering if I should have made my starter farther out to account for the low flocculation of this strain, 2) that starter wort was, umm, kinda good! This yeast is SO tasty it actually (call me crazy) made a batch of starter wort drinkable, granted no hops and a bit thin, but still! Bottom line: any tips or tricks for 3724? Anyone do their starters a bit early? PS - planning to bottle with Belle Saison to help dry out the finished beer if needed (pending FG), thoughts?