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  1. I

    Airlock not bubbling but specific gravity dropping

    Hey guys, I am new to homebrewing. This is my second real batch. I recently started an oatmeal stout (extract recipe) in primary fermentation. After 24 hours there was no bubbling in the airlock (it's a large three-piece airlock). I put some yeast nutrient in it to encourage it a little. After...
  2. Y

    Way overdid yeast nutrient. Now what?

    I accidentally dumped an entire vial of Wyeast dry yeast nutrient (instead of 1/2 tsp) into a 5 gallon batch of wort. Will this kill the batch, and is there anything I can do to salvage this batch?
  3. Home brew fool

    Fermaid O substitute

    Looking to make a mead, the recipe calls for fermaid o. Can I use yeast nutrient in place of?
  4. rockittear

    Yeast nutrient added late in fermentation

    I have three separate one gallon batches of mead fermenting and thought one stalled. I stagger the nutrients and add more every few days instead of every 24 hours. I just added some today, but I took gravity readings and now I’m realizing it’s day 14 and they might’ve all just reached their...
  5. teddyearp

    Yeast Nutrient

    Before I found this site, I just used somebody's links to buy some of the 'stuff' I/we use for cider. Now after cruising this site, I've found that there's a few variants for some of these ingredients. The nutrient I ended up with is (and I'll massacre the spelling) Dimonium Phoshphate. Is...
  6. R

    Yeast Nutient substitute for Muscadine Wine

    Newbie here! I'm starting some Muscadine wine. I have crushed muscadine, 8 lb. sugar, 2.5 gal water and 5 crushed Campden tablets in my primary bucket, which shows level at 5.5 gallons. Recipe says add pectic enzyme and yeast nutrient, which I will add after it cools down to room temperature...