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Old 11-03-2010, 12:34 AM   #1
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Default My 50 cent wort aerator

Thought this might appeal to beginners since it's cheap and easy to use. I got the idea after reading in the British brewing textbook Brewing: Science and Practice that traditional British ale breweries aerated their wort by passing it over a fantail as it went into the fermenter.

http://www.beerbrewingchronicles.com...ilaerator.html


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Old 11-03-2010, 12:53 AM   #2
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very cool idea, thanks for sharing it!


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Old 11-03-2010, 02:29 AM   #3
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Thanks for this man! I finally have use for the random copper tubing laying around in the work truck
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Old 11-03-2010, 04:48 AM   #4
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Very nice find

Have you tried it yet?
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Nice idea. After seeing this I thought maybe I could use my glass wine airator for the wort. It would require me to use another container that I could control the pour speed with. But...do you think it is worth it or necessary? I mean, I poured my wort violently into the ferminter and shook the bucket up petty well...If more airation is needed then I guess it would be worth while.
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Nice idea. After seeing this I thought maybe I could use my glass wine airator for the wort. It would require me to use another container that I could control the pour speed with. But...do you think it is worth it or necessary? I mean, I poured my wort violently into the ferminter and shook the bucket up petty well...If more airation is needed then I guess it would be worth while.
I think with this you're just trying to avoid shaking & sloshing; you are not going to get much extra O2 The wine aerator probably wouldn't be worth the extra work
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I usually just shake the **** out of my fermenter and it always seems to give me beer. :P
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I like the method of first putting wort into the bottling bucket and then opening the spigot and letting it drop like a mofo into the fermenter.

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Olive oil costs less than copper!

Nice fantail, though!
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Very nice find

Have you tried it yet?
I actually primarily used this stainless steel version

http://www.beerbrewingchronicles.com...ilaerator.html

And yeah, I've heard about using olive oil, New Belgium apparently does that. But I'm afraid I'll use too much.


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