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    • @Henry1525229471 PersonallyI'd put it in now while it is still fermenting. Day 5 may have already finished fermenting, which then you'd be adding oxygen into the mix.
      Might be being to cautious but that's my 2 cents. Cheers,
      Hoppy 
    • Ahh, it now makes sense 😄 As I said, facepalming time 😄 Thanks, Richard    
    • They do multiply , but each time a cell divides you lose nutrients and they can only multiply so much . The less work they need to do before being able to start munching away and produce nice beer the better ( for you)   If you just use the package supplied with a basic kit and kilo beer you WILL make beer,  it may not be as good as using a more appropriate sized pitch though or a blend of yeasts 
    • With all the other stuff in it dunno whether there would be room for much more 😜
    • UHME= Unhopped malt extract i'd say If you click on the recipe name and look at what the recip contains you should be able to work out the abbreviations. Cheers,
      Hoppy
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