- Aug 30, 2011cover it with a wet towel.
putt the airhose between the lid and tun.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alli" <allibugger@...> wrote:
> In this business more than many the devil is in the details. When areating for 4-6 hours after the yeast has been pitched, how does one keep the air borne wild yeast out of the mash? I thought of putting the lid on the fermentor and running the air hose through the hole for the airlock, but that might restrict the air flow in/out of the vessel. Just wordering how other folks do this. Thanks.
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