- Nov 7, 2007
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Ok, the thing is I brewed a American Pale Ale today and just got through pitching the yeast about 4 hours ago. I checked the fermenter 5 minutes ago and noticed that their is air coming out of the airlock which I thought was quite weird since it has only been 4 hours :S is this good? bad? or just nothing at all? I pitched the yeast in the wort when it was about 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Maybe not the smartest move, but since it's cold in the house I thought the temperature would cool down after a while. Did this contribute to such a quick start for the yeast? The yeast is a Dry Ale Yeast US-05. Thanks.