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Postby Brewer2001 » Tue Jan 20, 2004 4:52 am

Chris,


I am sorry that I did not reply sooner. I had an entire reply typed and the board timed out
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Thanks for getting back to me

Postby jayhawk » Wed Jan 21, 2004 10:01 pm

Hey Tom. I have lost a few good posts to the void too - its a real p*ss off. Wow, sounds like your are well on way. I was talking about 6 months ago to a pro craft brewer up here in BC and he said his batches took three weeks round trip. I was amazed because his beer is great, and it takes me close to two months for my beer to really reach its peak (although I often drink it sooner). I guess the key is the temp control that you describe. I assume that controlling the temp in optimal range prevents the development of undesirable compounds/flavours that require longer aging periods to purge from the beer. Makes sense. Thanks for the post.

Good luck with everything
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