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Old 05-04-2013, 04:52 AM   #11
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:07 AM   #12
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Old 05-04-2013, 01:41 PM   #13
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And me that can't find any bottle of it here...
It's really good if you can find it. BTW, I'm digging your project. I hope you can stick to it and keep us updated. The best way (what I did) is put your fermenters away where they are hard to get to. I shoved them into the back of a cabinet behind a bunch of other stuff. If you're brewing other things, you'll stop thinking about it altogether. Just check the airlock once in a while.

I add red food coloring to my starsan so that I can see it in the airlock, even in dim light.
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It's really good if you can find it. BTW, I'm digging your project. I hope you can stick to it and keep us updated. The best way (what I did) is put your fermenters away where they are hard to get to. I shoved them into the back of a cabinet behind a bunch of other stuff. If you're brewing other things, you'll stop thinking about it altogether. Just check the airlock once in a while.

I add red food coloring to my starsan so that I can see it in the airlock, even in dim light.
I think that's the way to go. I already have a fruit lambic on the go. I have so many projects, time flies, I'll easily forget them. The longest part will be the year or so after all three are brewed.

 
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