after 72 hours is when you take a gravity reading and see what's going on. It's quite common for yeast to take 2-3 days to get going, it's called lag time.Sweet. Okay then, this is my first lager, we are approaching the 24-hour mark and there has been zero observable fermentation. No bubbling, no kreausen...nada. Level of worried I should be?
Alls I know is that its largely phosphoric acid, and phosphates are used in fertilizer, and I bet there's a connection there.repomanz said:I've heard this several times. Can someone break it down to me how this occurs?
March 29, 2007 - Sanitizing with Bleach and Star San
Charlie Talley from Five Star Chemicals tells us best practices in using household bleach and Star San in sanitizing equipment.