Sorry for the beginners question. I did try to search the forum for the answer, but there are many thousands of threads referencing yeast and refrigerate. I’m sure the answer is here, but thanks for your patience, and thanks for your answers.
I got a nice beginners kit for Christmas 2013. Through my own faults, I’m just now opening the packaging and getting a brew going. The instructions for the Caribou Slobber indicate that I was supposed to refrigerate the yeast when i opened the recipe pack. So I basically have a dry yeast package that has been in a controlled temperature of 73-74F for the last 7 months. Is this yeast still ok to use? I know my first batch of beer won’t be perfect, but I’d at least like to know that I didn’t mess up something elementary.
Thanks again. I look forward to sharing my successes and learning about yours. :cheers: