the snakes are the ones that ive read funky stories about. Babies sleeping in garden hoses, crawling up pipes etc. Ill take them fruit flies any day!
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Fruit flies, ground hogs...I periodically have a scorpion show up at our house. That makes the fruit flies seem minor!
IF i where to make descriptions to sell that hop i would also leave out that last descriptor... If i wanted people to buy it anyway...
and fire whoever allowed 'very unique' into a published document.
That seems like a pretty good "schedule" for ferm times. I have not been rushing anything anymore, or so I thought, but I did bottle my double hazelnut brown (1.085 down to 1.015) after only 3 weeks and my RIS (1.095-1.026) after 4. Both could have used a little more time even though the brown was attenuated well below predicted and RIS had just stalled completely
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The best advice I can think of: When airlock bubbling stops, then wait another day or two, then take a gravity reading. Then, wait 3 more days, then take another gravity reading. If the readings changed by exactly zero points, then it is safe to bottle. If the readings changed by one or two points, then it is NOT safe to bottle. Wait another 3 days, then take another reading. When readings stay the same over the course of several days, it is safe to bottle.
Has anyone noticed that the cap on the airlock "floats"? I've noticed that it doesn't close completely and that it moves up and down once CO2 starts coming up out of the tank.