hummingbird food doesn't last a few days at my house. I could pressure can it quickly and fill up the feeders from that. The birds will drain a feeder in under two days at a slow pace. Sometimes they get hyper and drain more than one feeder in under 24 hours. crazy for such little buggers.
maybe I can just use it as a base for the regular powdered bird nectar and have extra-happy birds.
You could boil the wort, cool it, then put it in a clean feeder. Although, 3.5 P seems woefully short of what nectar would be. I would think you would need to add quite a bit of sugar to it to make it worth the birds energy. They would probably burn more flying there eating it then they would be getting from it.
yeah, probably just use it as a base so they get the extra boost. All I'd do with this otherwise is pitch it out on the yard where it would go to waste.
Does the powdered stuff I use for their food now have preservatives in it? I'll have to check if I remember tonight.