Originally Posted by GeorgiaTiger
I can never get both sides of my airlock to the line without one side going into the other. I hope I said that right. There are two sides on my airlock, both with a line where you arent supposed to fill past. Well, I fill it up and get the two sides evened out on the line and when I wake up, one side is almost empty while the other side is doubled.
Is this a problem or just the way it works? The one side that has the liquid is happily bubbling away.
Ah, the "S" type bubbler. Co2 from the fermenter will push liquid from the 1st chamber to the 2nd. It's OK. It evens out once bubbling slows down, although I've noticed that the level changes during a change of atmospheric pressure.I've decided I like the 3-piece airlock better.
By the way, I just read your post on your Irish Red. When I do it, it's always a hit with friends and family. If you like nice malty flavor(I do), it's a good one. Good brewing!