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BrewKepf

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When pushing the carb though the lid of my fermenter, I pushed the rubber stopper all the way through and it fell into the wort.

Would it be better to sanitize a strainer and then try to get the rubber stopper out, or should I just let it sit there for the duration of fermentation until I open it up to transfer to bottling container?
 
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BrewKepf

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I know its probably a silly question and it looks like kind of a cryptic thread title...

I'm pretty sure it will be fine to just leave it as it is, just want to make sure by running it by everyone here.
 

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it happens to everyone. Your beer will be fine. leave it in there and just put the airlock into the hole w/o the grommet, or seal it with tape.
Happened to me on my first brew and it turned out fine, acruall better than fine it was awesome....
 
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