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carnevoodoo

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Let's get some good copy/paste responses in here!

-Did you take a reading with your hydrometer?

-Airlock activity is not a sign of fermentation.

-There are ups and downs to both plastic and glass carboys. Glass is heavier and can break, and plastic can be scratched.

-It is not an infection. That's just yeast. It'll be ok.

-4 days is not long enough in primary.

-It is called a no-rinse sanitizer because you don't have to rinse it out. Rinsing it defeats the purpose.

-Selling your beer commercially out of your garage is not possible. There are health code considerations as well as ATF permits necessary.

-RDWHAHB
 
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Let's get some good copy/paste responses in here!

-Did you take a reading with your hydrometer?

-Airlock activity is not a sign of fermentation.

-There are ups and downs to both plastic and glass carboys. Glass is heavier and can break, and plastic can be scratched.

-It is not an infection. That's just yeast. It'll be ok.

-4 days is not long enough in primary.

-It is called a no-rinse sanitizer because you don't have to rinse it out. Rinsing it defeats the purpose.

-Selling your beer commercially out of your garage is not possible. There are health code considerations as well as ATF permits necessary.

-RDWHAHB
 

MikeFlynn74

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Thats funy because the other day

Let's get some good copy/paste responses in here!

-Did you take a reading with your hydrometer?

-Airlock activity is not a sign of fermentation.

-There are ups and downs to both plastic and glass carboys. Glass is heavier and can break, and plastic can be scratched.

-It is not an infection. That's just yeast. It'll be ok.

-4 days is not long enough in primary.

-It is called a no-rinse sanitizer because you don't have to rinse it out. Rinsing it defeats the purpose.

-Selling your beer commercially out of your garage is not possible. There are health code considerations as well as ATF permits necessary.

-RDWHAHB
 
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One post. Two times the help:

Let's get some good copy/paste responses in here!

-Did you take a reading with your hydrometer?

-Airlock activity is not a sign of fermentation.

-There are ups and downs to both plastic and glass carboys. Glass is heavier and can break, and plastic can be scratched.

-It is not an infection. That's just yeast. It'll be ok.

-4 days is not long enough in primary.

-It is called a no-rinse sanitizer because you don't have to rinse it out. Rinsing it defeats the purpose.

-Selling your beer commercially out of your garage is not possible. There are health code considerations as well as ATF permits necessary.

-RDWHAHB

Let's get some good copy/paste responses in here!

-Did you take a reading with your hydrometer?

-Airlock activity is not a sign of fermentation.

-There are ups and downs to both plastic and glass carboys. Glass is heavier and can break, and plastic can be scratched.

-It is not an infection. That's just yeast. It'll be ok.

-4 days is not long enough in primary.

-It is called a no-rinse sanitizer because you don't have to rinse it out. Rinsing it defeats the purpose.

-Selling your beer commercially out of your garage is not possible. There are health code considerations as well as ATF permits necessary.

-RDWHAHB
 

BarleyWater

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I just thought I should add that...

Let's get some good copy/paste responses in here!

-Did you take a reading with your hydrometer?

-Airlock activity is not a sign of fermentation.

-There are ups and downs to both plastic and glass carboys. Glass is heavier and can break, and plastic can be scratched.

-It is not an infection. That's just yeast. It'll be ok.

-4 days is not long enough in primary.

-It is called a no-rinse sanitizer because you don't have to rinse it out. Rinsing it defeats the purpose.

-Selling your beer commercially out of your garage is not possible. There are health code considerations as well as ATF permits necessary.

-RDWHAHB
 
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