Hi all, we go through a lot of mill around my house, so I was thinking of something to do with all of em. Could I stick a stopper on the top of one and use it as a small fermenter for experimentation?
In bottles: Last Day IPA, AAPL American Pale Ale
On deck: Some sort of porter type thing
The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything? 42. The number of bottles in my first batch of homebrew? 42. Coincidence? I think not.
Yeast don't care about shape
A #6.5 Drilled Stopper and airlock is what you want. I've done it with cider, worked good.
Cool, thanks for the validation
That's quite debatable on a one gallon scale.
Give me a gallon fermenter the shape of a drinking straw and one the shape of a saucer and I will end the debate.
Well that's an asinine analogy. In commonly found fermenters on the homebrew scale shape makes no matter whether it be a vittle vault, bucket, carboy, wine jug or conical I challenge you to taste a difference.