What would be some of the signs that NOT enough aeration was introduced into the wort prior to pitching the yeast?
-Fermentation stop within a few days?
I aerated my wort by dumping from a foot over my bucket through a strainer. Do you think this is enough aeration to get the job done??
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- Thu Mar 06, 2014 2:16 pm
- Forum: Brewing Problems, Emergencies, Help!
- Topic: Fermenting stopped/2ndary or not?
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I did a brew last Sunday. I think it was a Colorado Pale Ale… I did everything per recipe. Pitched yeast at 68 degrees and stored in a closet that’s around 68-70. After 12 hours it was fermenting like crazy. After about 3 days It stopped bubbling in my airlock. It looks like activity is still going ...