Magnetic Stirrer Mishap

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Magnetic Stirrer Mishap

Postby andytv » Mon Nov 04, 2002 4:03 am

Well it happened.... Despite the warnings, I continued to use yeast starters prepared with my magnetic stirrer with a normal airlock. I heard a loud noise in my "beer room' last night. Wen I went to investigate, I found that the fermentation was so active that it lifted the lid off of my 15 gallon fermenter and tossed it on the floor. There is also quite a mess from the foam dripping onto the floor. I'm not sure what to do for futre batches to prevent this. I guess I'll duct tape the lid down, and use a big blowoff tube.

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You'd think...

Postby dartedplus » Mon Nov 04, 2002 8:15 am

You would think that you would have learned by now!
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Told Ja.

Postby Freon12 » Mon Nov 04, 2002 3:29 pm

Well at least there were no walls to clean and you know for sure your yeast has the upper hand on start up.

Now the 54 million dollar question: Does this make a difference in the taste of the beer?


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