How To Prevent Your Mead From Exploding Onto Your Ceiling – Push Down The Fruit Cap

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If you are a homebrewer and you make mead at home, you may already be aware that it’s best practice to primary in a bucket and secondary in a carboy. If you do big fruit meads in a carboy, then it is very important that you push the fruit cap down regularly. Fruit blocked airlocks are the leading cause of fruit splattered on ceilings!

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