How to Deal with Sluggish or Stuck Fermentations

How to Deal with Sluggish or Stuck Fermentations

November 18, 2021 10:30 AM Pacific Time

There are many factors that can influence the success of an alcoholic fermentation. If a fermentation becomes sluggish or you suspect it might be stuck, some simple adjustments or mixing might be all you need to remedy the situation. However, if a restart is necessary, it's critical to understand what your options are before doing a full restart.

Join us Thursday, November 18th at 10:30 am PST with special guest speaker Kelly Gifford, Technical Representative & Winemaker for Laffort, as we discuss:

  • What causes a sluggish or stuck fermentation?
  • How do I determine if I have a sluggish or stuck ferment?
  • What are my options before doing a full restart?
  • What are the recommended actions and protocol for conducting a restart?
  • Resources, tips and tricks for avoiding future stuck or sluggish ferments

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