"The most important thing in any fermentation is to have fresh yeast. This ensures the best chance of creating and recreating the flavors in subsequent batches. We almost always prop our yeast to ensure when it's time, they're ready to go. I also like to make an analogy that Belgian yeasts are like children. The key to brewing great Belgian-style beers is to be like a teacher and control and derive the most from each."
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