well, I am glad I am getting the gears around here turning..rdwj said:I don't think this has ever been discussed before - lol
Yeah, until you spill the iodophor and it stains something, like your clothes or some carpet, etc. I'd go with star san, just to be safe.aekdbbop said:well, I am glad I am getting the gears around here turning..
As long as it doesnt stain "stainless" steel I think I am good...
Sure, they sell it in Saint Louis...orfy Not sure if it's available in the land of [B said:REAL BREWERS!!!![/B]
One of the things I had to over-come was a need to rinse, even with no-rinse cleaners. I still find myself doing it as second nature. It pisses me off. I get something all ready and then rinse it with water. Fortunately it happens less and less.rdwj said:I'll admit - those are a bit hard to get used to. I just doesn't seem right to pour beer over them.
Buford said:I use StarSan and don't have any issue bottling. I use a bottling wand attached to a bucket spigot and fill to the very rim of the bottle, forcing all the foam out. The removal of the wand from the bottle leaves enough headspace for capping.
I put a bucket and a long sheet of wax paper underneath the bottling setup so any excess foam/beer goes into that instead of on the floor.