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Any reason not to lower a hydrometer into my secondary?
Is there any reason not to simply lower a hydrometer into my carboy during secondary fermentation, so that I can monitor gravity just by peeking in with a flashlight? I'm thinking about doing this ...
May 8 '12 at 15:17
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