Yeast slurry from washed yeast

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  1. TheZel66

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    Let's say I wash my yeast from a fermentation, and get a couple pints worth of yeast. Assuming the yeast is good, and I want to use the yeast in a month or so, anyone know what the approximate yeast density is in something like this?
     
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    Its 1-5 Billion per ml. The yeast calculator gets the magnitude right, though.

    Kai
     
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    Thanks Kaiser, corrected my initial statement.

    Hey, I was only off by 1 order of magnitude... :lol:
     

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