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yeah, exactly, would need to drill a hole and bung it.... not sure where to get that bung, I bet the home brew shop might have it.

I have several pails from various sources that I've drilled and added spigots. The holes are 1".

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and you get bungs from the home brew store.

Orand you get bungs from the home brew store.

How much honey did you guys end up getting and what did you pay/unit?

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yunus just picked up 6 buckets. 360 lbs 115 a bucket

Ok, just to make sure I'm not stupid:

60 lbs = 1 bucket = 5 gallons?

60 lbs = 1 bucket = 5 gallons?

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- #9

ya it is it is!

Must have been the aftereffects of my mead they sampled at chez Claphamsa.

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- #11

it was my meade, way better than yours!

Them's fighting wordzit was my meade, way better than yours!

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once alan and ben and janet all get some going we need a tasteoff! so everyone knows mine is the bestest!!!!!

No more than 12 lbs honey per mead from now on

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jsut back sweeten dog!

hmm, you know, we all kinda make meade now..... we really should do a competition. I say early November so everyone has a chance to get something together!

hmm, you know, we all kinda make meade now..... we really should do a competition. I say early November so everyone has a chance to get something together!

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oh yeah, and this thread really kept on track

D'oh - I've been following Clap's standard 15#

No more than 12 lbs honey per mead from now on

I hope they dont' dry out.

You may now call me the Yeast Whisperer!D'oh - I've been following Clap's standard 15#

I hope they dont' dry out.

I can get 15.5% ABV out of yeast that should die at 14%, with no step feeding.

Unforunately