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comment Will this fermenter explode?
I'd second this. Contamination typically happens when particulate falls in from above (this isnt specific to beer), so loosely covering it should be fine until the fermentation slows.
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comment How can I permanently mark my carboys?
yep, the outside gets cleaned too--there's usually dust and some dried on wort
Nov
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comment What's a good small-batch fermentation vessel?
Sure you could--there's two small notches in the "keg" that prevent it from sealing. Fill the notches, add a rubber gasket to the lid, and install an airlock. IMO it's not necessary, but it wouldn't be much effort if you really wanted it.
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