Al Senner wrote:absolutely use it. the dead yeast provides a little organic matter and the live yeast will live on in your orchards. if a batch of cider gets "open pollinated" by wild yeasts, your chances of a good cider will be a little better if you have some of the proper yeast floating around. i always rinse my buckets with plenty of water to dilute the alcohol but i dont know if its necessary
So you use it wet then? How long after you remove it from the fermentor?
Any ideas for how to use them in any way?
I already have the chickens lined up for the spent grain.
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