I had this problem with my first brew, which was a honey wheat, but I thought it was just because I didnt let it ferment out long enough and the yeasties were still active. I fermented for 2 weeks though so maybe after all this time it wasn't.
it looks like you push the glass down onto it. it might even be some sort of pump action when you push the glass onto it
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