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Old 09-25-2012, 04:50 AM   #11
JDFlow
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Apr 2012
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It's my first brew, of course I'm gonna micro manage this SOB....
I did the same. I'm sure nearly everyone on here did. After awhile you'll find areas where there is room for you to not be 100% by the book. Then it gets double fun because you start developing your own wacky style.



 
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:03 AM   #12
ChessRockwell
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It would probably still be ok post fermentation.
Agreed! I wasn't trying to encourage worrying, just thinking aloud

I set my kombucha on the counter for 30 minutes and there's 10 fruit flies trying to crawl through the cheesecloth... Along with 3 or 4 floating dead ones in every airlock on every brew I do this time of year.

No infections yet though
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"Lets say your local bar pours an American pint where 15% of the beer is missing due to headspace. Every 6.66 beers you drink you 'll have been missing 1 entire beer". 6.66 beers!. I wonder who's really responsible for the missing beers... I don't know, maybe Satan??!

 
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Old 09-25-2012, 05:33 AM   #13
lgilmore
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The best lesson and the hardest lesson to learn in homebrewing is LEAVE it ALONE. Patience. Time solves almost all problems along with not messing with it.

 
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