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One good thing about homebrewing: it forces you to mop the floor more often.

Last night I thought it would be a good idea to add the salt to my fermenting gose beer. I got the first few pinches in when the geyser came. Billowing, white, pleasantly-malty-with-a-hint-of-coriander foam got all over the floor, carboy, surrounding objects (aka me), ect. It reminds me all to well of the time I added yeast nutrient to a mead without degassing it first. And also the time I removed a clogged stopper from a batch of foreign extra stout and got blasted with krausen and hops in the face.