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I believe Acetobacter will spoil your product only if there is an oxygen present. So, to prevent that, good airlock would be enough. Once fermentation is in progress, there should be enough CO2 to push the air out, even if airlock is poor. As fermentation slows down, CO2 will be produced in smaller quantities and demands to airlock qualities became higher. I ...



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