Making a fruit fly trap

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  1. Aug 9, 2015 #21

    Twostage

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    Fermented out so I had a taste today before cold crashing.

    Fly or no fly it tastes nice, really nice and you can't have any :tongue:
     
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    baggybill

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    Heheee, glad it worked out okay in the end, tbh, that's all that matters. A wee bit extra 'protein' in a brew never hurt anybody :drink:

    Having said that... please don't send me any I'm err... moving house or somit.... :whistle:
     
  3. Sep 22, 2015 #23

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    Me and my wife had a massive fruit fly issue in our old house, we used the cider vinegar and cling film method which caught a lot of the buggers but never found the source.

    In our new house we planted strawberry plants in our garden and they attracted loads of them which brought a few into the house. Think I mite plant them further away from the house to keep them at bay.
     
  4. Sep 22, 2015 #24

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    Speak of the devil, enjoying a pumpking from wytchwood took a drink and felt something tickling my lip from inside the glass :? I feel a bit steeped out
     

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