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I always leave the beer at about 20 degrees after bottling for a week or two to carb up before storing at cellar temp. It will carb up at the lower temp but will take longer. It depends how quickly you intend drinking it and, if like me, you like fresh, pale hoppy beers that can be pretty quickly.
- Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:08 pm
- Forum: Braumeister, Grainfather and other One-Pot Brewing Systems
- Topic: New BM20 arriving Tomorrow
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I've never needed a domed lid even though I brew in an unheated garage and it gets pretty cold at times. I leave the lid partly on until up to boiling temperature and then remove it A thermo collar (insulated jacket) is handy if you brew in cold ambient conditions but you can always make your own wi...
- Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:13 pm
- Forum: Cleaning, Sanitation and Sterilisation
- Topic: Cleaning aluminium firkins - emergency cleaning product?
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DONT clean aluminium with caustic soda. It will melt.
Great find. I like the smaller bottles. I can have a bottle with my dinner every night without worrying about drinking too much (especially good for the stronger brews too) [emoji482]