Originally Posted by MrMikeWhite
I in fact due use a primary bucket, that what it blew off of lol. Super happy yeast
Thanks again all for helping a noob
Did you snap, secure the lid on primary bucket? If so, just let the lid act as a loose cover, no snapping on, no airlock, until you rack to carboy, assuming you transfer to carboy by 2/3 sugar break or so. No explosions, no blow off tubes, and easy access for stirring and fruit manipulation...and almost always have happy, healthy yeast.
I quickly adapted to using a bucket when my carboy blew must to the ceiling and I found the bung in corner of room. We are all noob's at one time or another.