The yeast in my mead is not creating any Co2. What should I do? Answered
I've been brewing mead at home for a couple of months now. I started a 1 gallon batch of mint and honey mead about an hour ago and there is no activity going on in it. The yeast looks like it is swimming around but there is no carbonation bubbling to the top. I used dry active yeast which is what I've used for other batches over the past months.
Q1: Should I wait until tomorrow and check it?
Q2: Should I add another pack of yeast to it?
Q3: Referring to Q2, will adding any more yeast to it cause a yeasty brew in the final product?