fermentation lock


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fermentation lock

n
(Brewing) a valve placed on the top of bottles of fermenting wine to allow bubbles to escape
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fermentation lock

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Seal the fermenter and affix the fermentation lock, filled with water, to the fermenter.
Seal the fermenter, and affix the fermentation lock, filled with water, to the fermenter.
The beauty of brewing is its simplicity--the fermentation demands little more than a plastic bucket, a siphoning hose, and a water-filled fermentation lock that allows carbon dioxide to escape during the fermentation process while preventing contaminating microbes from entering.
As you sanitize the materials, boil the extracts, siphon the resulting wort from one container to another, and finally add the yeast and listen during the ensuing days as it advertises its presence by sending carbon dioxide burbling through the fermentation lock, you can't help but feel that you have done this all before.
6-foot clear plastic hose fermentation lock and rubber stopper thermometer and beer hydrometer 60 beer bottles, 60 caps bottle capper
The lid is drilled and fitted with a rubber grommet so a fermentation lock (sometimes called an airlock) can be inserted.
Each secondary fermenter should be equipped with a drilled rubber stopper and a fermentation lock.
Some country wine makers dismiss the hydrometer, Campden tablets, fermentation lock, and even wine yeast as extraneous paraphernalia.
Any specialized items, such as fermentation locks, can be ordered through wine equipment suppliers.
The result of a hard day or two at the press: a decent amount of brown apple juice sitting in an array of barrels and demijohns, their fermentation locks bubbling away nicely.
Fermentation locks, bottles, frozen mugs or tall pilsener glasses--pretty much the ones you like best.