It is sturdy for sure made outta 2X6 ers...not thinkin it is gonna tip easily.
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I have used this yeast twice to make a classic american pilsner. I fermented around 60 deg. F. Both times my beer ended up having a fruity character to it. I did not mind it but it definitely did not have the clean lager character you would expect. Next time I make this beer I will either ferment cooler and/or use a different yeast.
You'll be OK as long as you don't mix the cyanide with zinc
I'll just add that IF it does get funky buy a 5 gallon carboy+1 so true, don't be too hasty to join your beer with the ocean
Rack the beer to that
Put it in the basement/broom closet for a year
Pull a sample and taste it
Worst case, you have an extra carboy
Best case, you have a great "wild" beer
Galvanized = Zinc
Zinc is dissolved by acid and excessive Zinc is toxic. I wouldn't risk it.
Wikipedia has a pretty good write up. The toxicity part is about 2/3 of the way down.