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Old 05-10-2010, 07:59 PM   #31
Jul 2009
Rofo, Pa.
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I almost had a blowout with my dunkel last month... had krausen in airlock, and it was stuck to the lid. Airlock almost clogged. Wife would have been pissed!
Drinking and blogging does not mix. you strt frgeting to moeve your fingres rigth.

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Old 05-10-2010, 08:20 PM   #32
Feb 2009
North Alabama
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Originally Posted by Bernie Brewer View Post
It depends on the yeast, the pitching rate, fermentation temperature, how well you oxygenated the wort, and prolly a bunch of other variables. Bottom line: When in doubt, use a blowoff.

OTH, you're not a REAL brewer until you've used a mop on the ceiling.......
I seriously hope I'm never a real brewer.
Left tap: Myrd's IPA
Right tap: Heffeweizen
Kegged: Blimey's ESB, Apfelwein, Ed's Haus Pale Ale
Fermenting: Air, but soon to be Ode-to-Arthur and more Apfelwein.

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