Removing the tap on the 10L Braumeister

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Re: Removing the tap on the 10L Braumeister

Unread postby aowron » Tue May 08, 2018 4:35 pm

Interestingly, there are no rings yet; might not be a film developing, but yeast/bubbles. Still though, I'll let it sit for a week, if there still are no rings, and no vinegar smell once I open them, I think my brewing system might be infection free.

I should of course not declare a victory of that pesky infection before knowing whether I've managed to defeat it or not, but it actually seems like I might just assumed defeat due to previous failures.
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Re: Removing the tap on the 10L Braumeister

Unread postby PerzellBrewing » Thu May 31, 2018 8:09 pm

So what were the results? Infection gone?
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Re: Removing the tap on the 10L Braumeister

Unread postby aowron » Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:25 pm

PerzellBrewing wrote:So what were the results? Infection gone?


So, after a few weeks without any noticeable infection ring in the bottles, it actually seems like the infection is gone (haven't seen any gushers yet).

Now I'll just have to come up with a solution for replacing the tap on my ss brewtech fermentation vessel instead... (that one will probably become a source of infection pretty soon) anyway, thanks for all the help everyone!
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