Originally Posted by AnchorBock
Not sure i follow, but i put the honey in some warm water to make it flow better then just poured it into the carboy and lightly shook it. Most of the honey just sank but the yeast get through the honey easily enough.
Yeah that's what I was asking. I just imagined pouring honey directly into the fermentor and it just sinking to the bottom. In this case, even though the yeast would probably eat it all, it would take a long time for them to work though a big blob of honey.
I've been wanting to add some caramelized sugar to the fermentor but I haven't quite been sure how to do it without adding a bunch of water along with it. Some water would be okay, but a couple quarts is pushing it.