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This is caused by a drop in temp before co2 is being produced. Just cap the fermenter in sanitized foil until you're past the lag phase, or cooled to fermentaion temp. Though a little bit of starsan won't hurt much, foil is better than an open airlock IMO.

I don't put air locks on until the wort is at fermentaion temp. I also remove the airlock andthen foil cap when cold crashing to prevent the same issue.

This is caused by a drop in temp before co2 is being produced. Just cap the fermenter in sanitized foil until you're past the lag phase, or cooled to fermentaion temp. Though a little bit of starsan won't hurt much, foil is better than an open airlock IMO.

I don't put air locks on until the wort is at fermentaion temp. I also remove the airlock and foil cap when cold crashing to prevent the same issue.

This is caused by a drop in temp before co2 is being produced. Just cap the fermenter in sanitized foil until you're past the lag phase, or cooled to fermentaion temp. Though a little bit of starsan won't hurt much, foil is better than an open airlock IMO.

I don't put air locks on until the wort is at fermentaion temp. I also remove the airlock then foil cap when cold crashing to prevent the same issue.

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This is caused by a drop in temp before co2 is being produced. Just cap the fermenter in sanitized foil until you're past the lag phase, or cooled to fermentaion temp. Though a little bit of starsan won't hurt much, foil is better than an open airlock IMO.

I don't put air locks on until the wort is at fermentaion temp. I also remove the airlock and foil cap when cold crashing to prevent the same issue.