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 I like to keep several 50 ml vials ready to go in the fridge. If I’m collecting from the bottom, I try and keep a few jars available (125ml or 250ml). These can be pitched directly if need be. When ever I run out I’ll make a starter from dehydrated flakes stored in my freezer. I like to keep several 50 ml vials ready to go in the fridge. If I’m collecting from the bottom, I try and keep a few jars available (125ml or 250ml). These can be pitched directly if need be. When ever I run out I’ll make a starter from dehydrated flakes stored in my freezer.
 ===== Dehydrating =====  ===== Dehydrating ===== 
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 Dehydrating can provide a lot of dried yeast for future batches. The process itself is quite simple: Dehydrating can provide a lot of dried yeast for future batches. The process itself is quite simple:
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 If you have a counter-pressure bottle filler, then another interesting option is to naturally carbonate (described below) and fill from the keg. If you have a counter-pressure bottle filler, then another interesting option is to naturally carbonate (described below) and fill from the keg.
 ===== Brewing quickly with natural carbonation ===== ===== Brewing quickly with natural carbonation =====
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 Putting everything together and taking advantage of natural carbonation allows us to brew incredibly quickly. Putting everything together and taking advantage of natural carbonation allows us to brew incredibly quickly.
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