DetailsFast Pitch® is an instant yeast starter. Go straight from can to flask and eliminate waiting, extra equipment, clean-up and risk of contamination. No boiling, no DME. From start to finish in under 5 minutes, Fast Pitch® is as easy as pour, pitch, propagate!
Yeast starters are the #1 way to radically improve every aspect of your homebrew. So we’re taking the next step in simplifying the process, and practically making them for you. A yeast starter with Fast Pitch® is as easy as making kool-aid. Add it to water, pitch yeast. Make better beer. It’s that easy.
How to use Fast Pitch® Canned Wort
Size of Starter Add Fast Pitch™ Add Water 1L 1 can 16 oz. 2L 2 cans 32 oz
Use one can of Fast Pitch™ for each liter of starter wort. Sanitize everything—flask, stopper, top of each can of Fast Pitch™, and yeast packet. Pour Fast Pitch™ directly into your flask. Add 16 oz. water to the flask for each can of Fast Pitch™. Swirl to mix. Add yeast and cover with sanitized stopper. Damn that was fast!
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4.4 / 5.07 ReviewsFast PitchWorks Awesome! Easy to use and great resultsFebruary 2, 2016I'm a believerThree times now we've created the starter the night before we brew and let it sit till morning. After pitching in to the wort the airlock has gone crazy within two hours. Never had things take up that fast.July 4, 2016Fast Pitch Wort CansI really love the convenience of the canned wort, pop a top add water, then yeast done. Simple, Fast Easy. Save the work for brew day.July 30, 2016Fast Pitch worked great .Fast Pitch worked great . Making a yeast starter was a snap. My brew fermented well. The fermentation started quickly. I used White Yeast 200.January 3, 2016You guys always rock.You guys always rock.December 25, 2015fast pitch yeast starterDon't you have to use serial water, they should tell you to boil the water first then cool it down. Not sure how this speeds things up, If you have to boil the water then just put some DME in it, much cheaper.September 23, 2015good product. arrived damaged.Product is as expected. Easy way to make a yeast starter with out the hassle of boiling your own wort. However, one of the can was smashed and leaking upon opening the package.March 24, 2016Response from Midwest SuppliesHi Stephen,
Sorry to hear you got a smashed can of fast pitch! I have a replacement shipping out for you; going to:
2630 Berkshire Dr.
Geneva IL 60134
Let me know if there's anything else I can help with!
CharlesNovember 2, 2016Midwest Supplies M
- Customer Q&A
Browse 4 questions Browse 4 questions and 8 answersWhat is the Gravity of the Fast Pitch wortBEST ANSWER: I believe it is 1.040. I will never make my own starter again. It is the most simplest thing you cando. I sell time for a living and I use no time making a starter from the fast pitch can!How long can the cans be stored before use?BEST ANSWER: Hey Scott
Thank you for choosing Midwest Supplies! The fast pitch lasts ~1 year. Granted it will probably last a bit past that
it is most effective if used within that 12 month period. I hope this helps
have a wonderful day!Why are some cans of Fast Pitch cloudy with small chunks in them while others are clear?BEST ANSWER: Cloudiness or small particles in a can of Fast Pitch is the result of packaging the wort. Once the wort is boiled, proteins will coagulate and precipitate out of solution to the bottom of the kettle. Although every effort is made to remove this trub from the batch before canning, some does remain. Some cans of Fast Pitch will contain some amount of trub making the starter wort appear cloudy with some particulate in it. This should not be a concern, as coagulated proteins actually act as a nutrient to help yeast health during the propagation stage.Why is it that you have to add water at all? I thought the cans were 16 oz? The reviewer that stated "adding water you had to boil, cool..." seems spot on. What's the point of the cans if you can just "use as is?"
Is the description/instruction inaccurate? Or is the OG of the cans that much higher than you want a starter to be therefore you need to dilute?