ok, mybe I need some guidance afterall, oh cider guru
I killed wild yeast on Saturday (campden tablets)
I pitched Wyeast cider yeast on Sunday.
Then I placed the fermenter in the family room with heated floor, after reading about people having problems with primary fermentation not occuring properly because of people leaving their fermenters on the cold basement floor.
I had VIGOROUS bubbling for at least 2 days, and one day before and after of mild bubbling, and now it appears to have stopped... after 5 days. Did I screw it up by having it be too warm?
Also even if the primary went too fast, is it now ok to rack to secondary and it go, hoping I'll still get something drinkable?