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Old 12-07-2012, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default Bottles bombs is there any turning back?

Yeah that's my problem I bottled last week I opened one and a BOMB ! Is there any turning back these where suppose to be gifts for Christmas please help



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Old 12-07-2012, 07:42 PM   #2
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Chill them immediately. Maybe you can stop the yeast activity and salvage them.



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Old 12-07-2012, 07:48 PM   #3
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BE CAREFUL what ever you do with them. They can be very dangerous!

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Do you mean bomb OR gusher? Usually a bomb means the bottle exploded. If it's a gusher that can settle down once the CO2 gets into solution.

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Do you mean bomb OR gusher? Usually a bomb means the bottle exploded. If it's a gusher that can settle down once the CO2 gets into solution.
If they are gushers, they should be dealt with ASAP to make sure they don't become bottle bombs.
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chill them all ASAP. once cold, crack each one open very slowly & carefully, just enough to release the gas in the headspace. once all that gas has escaped, remove the cap and immediately re-cap with a new, clean crown. don't re-use the old one. try not to shake the bottle too much as you move it from your fridge to wherever you'll be opening & recapping.

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Please forgive me if you have answered this already but...I made 2 gal. Hard cider(apple juice, sugar and wine yeast) fermented for 6 days then capped it and put it in my outside fridge. Drank one gal. And it was awesome, the other blew up in the fridge last night! What can I do to prevent this next time?

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Please forgive me if you have answered this already but...I made 2 gal. Hard cider(apple juice, sugar and wine yeast) fermented for 6 days then capped it and put it in my outside fridge. Drank one gal. And it was awesome, the other blew up in the fridge last night! What can I do to prevent this next time?
don't bottle after 6 days! It will continue to ferment, as you've seen. Only bottle when fermentation is finished, as measured by a hydrometer.


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