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Offline Roger

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Re: strike temperature
« Reply #15 on: January 28, 2015, 10:44:53 AM »
That's interesting I dry hopped one time and as soon as the hops touched the beer it was like a volcano of foam spewing out and the bag of hops got stuck in the carboy neck. What a shit show! It might just be the release of co2 that made it appear to start fermenting again it probably never stopped.
There's also the off chance of infection. I'd say let it ride and see how it turns out.
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Offline Scott

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Re: strike temperature
« Reply #16 on: January 28, 2015, 11:16:48 AM »
That's interesting I dry hopped one time and as soon as the hops touched the beer it was like a volcano of foam spewing out and the bag of hops got stuck in the carboy neck. What a shit show! It might just be the release of co2 that made it appear to start fermenting again it probably never stopped.
There's also the off chance of infection. I'd say let it ride and see how it turns out.
Yeah that's the plan for now. I've seen pics of those hop volcanoes..not something I want to experience.