Hi, Im back(to those who cares). My PC messed up and Needed to wait about a month(didnt have time) to get back on.
Anyway, Ive been struggling lately with my co2 yeast reactor.
Its considerably slower! I changed the point at which the tubing connects to the bottle from just plain sealant to a bulkhead fitting(got from a a hobby shop).
I'm suspecting its the room temparature, its gone down to 58-70*F . Might this be the problem. I did some observations, counting the bubbles per minute as the temperature rises.(from a mere 2 bpm at 60*f to 8 bpm at 68*f.) Is it advisable to have the yeast bottle in a bucket with a heater. Thanks.