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Note: might want to lower that temp a tad… 95 is a bit hot for yeast! Just remember that ale yeast works best around 70 and lager yeast in the 50s… though for a starter the 50 is a bit cold, yet higher temps could create yeast driven defects. This method best for ale yeast, the Professor assumes. And watch the flame on the bottle: could crack. -The Professor