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DBear
12/05/08 10:17 AM  
Anyone ever cold crash in Prmary Fermenter
Howdy All,

Say a beer ferments out in two weeks and you want to cold crash for two weeks. What happens if you cold crash in the primary rather than transfer.

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Cisco
12/05/08 12:21 PM  
Re: Anyone ever cold crash in Prmary Fermenter
I would recommend that you transfer the beer off the dregs and then cold condition. It will be cleaner tasting.
Seanywonton
12/05/08 01:49 PM  
Re: Anyone ever cold crash in Prmary Fermenter
If you are racking to a keg, I think you are fine. There are a huge number of homebrewers these days who are not doing secondaries on most beers.

My friend Ray just did an IPA, dry hopped and cold-crashed in the primary, and I can assure you it was tasting very good off the keg.

SteveG
12/05/08 02:12 PM  
Re: Anyone ever cold crash in Prmary Fermenter
I'd fall into that category too. I like to rack into a keg, let it condition in the keg then after a while transfer to another keg through the connectors.
 
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