Originally Posted by ganu
(I asked this in the BOTTLING/KEGGING room but it's not getting any views there)
First batch has been resting in the pantry for 7 days now, but I've noticed that for the past 2 days (maybe even 3) my blowoff tube/airlock has been burping air only around once every 45 seconds. Real consistent. Kinda plateaued there.
Will my fermentation totally cease before I move on to bottling or is this as inactive as it's going to get? Like I said, it's kinda leveled off instead of continuing on and tapering off.
Thanks in advance.
As many will tell you here, do not go off airlock activity to determine fermentation. Take a hydrometer reading over a three day period and if it remains constant then fermentation is complete and you are safe to bottle.
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