Hey P.O.L.,pint of lager said:Have heard about bubbling air through a sanitising solution, but am unsure how effective it would be. The particles you are trying to filter out/kill are very small, much much smaller than the diameter of the bubbles. Also, contact time is important too when killing bacteria. I
Batz,Batz said:I really can not see a real problem , your yeast should be healthy enough to over come a few wild spores , after all when we make a brew there is a lot of air all around the place
And what about the water? Don't you think there maybe a few wild yeast spores and other nasties in there? maybe you need to boil and filter that as well??
OMG! What about the hops ! how we gunna sanitize them?
BatzBatz said:And chlorine is destroyed by boiling , like all we AG people do
I currently pump air without filtering. Actually the pump has a little fibre thingy which I guess is some kind of filter but it looks pretty course.Does anyone just pump air in without a filter?
Don't allow your wort to cool before pitching Darren?Darren said:Batz
If you boiled your water you destroyed the chlorine and the spoilage organisms.
Batz,Batz said:Don't allow your wort to cool before pitching Darren?
How do you keep all those nasties out?
I believe I make a fairly good beer my friend