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Old 02-01-2014, 11:55 PM   #1
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Default Adding yeast to closed sanke fermenter

Having an issue physically adding yeast to my pressurized fermentation style sanke keg fermenter. I dont open the sanke kegs in between most batches. I cool my wort and then pump it into the sanke keg through a check valve removed coupler. Trying to figure out the best way to add the yeast into the fermenter. Short of putting a funnel on the top of a sanke coupler with the check valve removed, I am at a loss. The pressurized fermentation thread is simply way to long to find a specific answer in!!! Any ideas?

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Old 02-02-2014, 03:03 AM   #2
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Do you still have the spear in it?
We're removing the spear, and either using a TC fittings or a orange carboy bung.
Maybe pitch the yeast before pumping into the Sanke?

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Generally you open it up, rack into it pitch yeast then seal.

Check the link in my sig for a simple solution to keg fermenting.

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Any ideas on how to do this without opening the keg. I leave the spear in place and just ferment using a check valve removed coupler with a spundig valve (pressure relief) attached to the CO2 port and the liquid out port capped off.

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I pump my wort into my fermentors almost every time. I almost always put the yeast into the vessel then place in my ferm chamber them pump the wort in on top of it.

I use hdpe barrels and speidel plastic fermentors but that shouldn't matter...

Hope that helps.

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