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What to Look Out for During Fermentation

How can I tell if it's working? / It doesn't seem like it's working!

You might have seen videos in Club Brewsy or The First Pour Club of airlocks that are bubbling like crazy! If this isn't the case for your wine, don't worry. Not all fermentations are visible, and some airlocks don't bubble at all. it doesn't mean th

My airlock isn't bubbling - is that bad?

If your airlock isn't bubbling, don't worry. It doesn't mean that your fermentation isn't working! In fact, many batches of Brewsy never bubble at all.If you're using a container with a lot of extra headroom, for example, you're not going to see your

Why is there a layer of cloudy sediment at the bottom of my container?

A couple hours after fermentation starts, you'll notice that your wine/ cider/ mead looks quite cloudy. You'll notice that there's a particularly large layer of cloudiness at the bottom of your container!This is totally normal: during fermentation, t

Why does my brewsy smell weird during fermentation?

Now that your juice is on its way to becoming wine, it might not smell like juice anymore. Common smells are bread, flowers....  and even eggs. These smells are all natural byproducts of fermentation! In fact, their presence actually means that your

Are there any temperatures that are too hot or too cold for Brewsy?

The sweet spot for Brewsy is between 75°F and 85°F.If your temperature is below that, the yeast in your Brewsy bag won't die — but they may go dormant, and they won't be able to convert as much sugar into alcohol.Luckily, there are a lot of different

Some of the juice overflowed into the airlock! What should I do?

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