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    To wait or not to wait ... racking to secondary

    sounds good I'll try that with the hose in the hole. I probably have the fridge space but with a little 5 month old son and a full time job there isn't to much time to clean tons of mason jars hence why I am htinking of just dumping it ontop of the wit cake. A day becomes short with all...
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    To wait or not to wait ... racking to secondary

    hmm i guess I could cut a hole into the lid big enough for a rubber bung, cut a bigger opening into the bung and shove the tubing through. I guess taht would seal it. i was also thinking this morning. if I leave the lid open i.e. open fermentation. I could put a tray of sorts underneath the...
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    To wait or not to wait ... racking to secondary

    Good point. I am using a plastic bucket as my primary without an airlock. Should I cut a hole in the lid and stick in a 5/8 inch tube?
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    To wait or not to wait ... racking to secondary

    thanks for the input, I'll probably rack my belgian wit to the secondary before I start brewing the wine and then pitch the wine onto the yeast cake. I'll keep you guys posted :)
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    To wait or not to wait ... racking to secondary

    Thanks for the input :). The wit yeast I am using supposedly has an alcohol tolerance of 11-12% so I dont think it will have a big issue with the wine. The recipe I've formulated is as following: 14 lbs white wheat malt 7 lbs 2 row 0.5 lbs munich malt 0.5 lbs honey malt 1oz magnum 60 min 1oz...
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    To wait or not to wait ... racking to secondary

    Hi all, This is my first post on this forum but I've gained a lot of knowledge from just reading the articles and forum posts. This forum has become my go to brewing resource :). So far I have brewed and bottled: - Octoberfest - Honey Wheat - 2x hefeweizen carbonated with krausen and...
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