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- Mon Mar 26, 2001 6:19 pm
- Forum: Techniques, Methods, Tips & How To
- Topic: I want to make a lager, but can't keep it cool, any suggesti
- Replies: 2
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There's a couple of options for keeping your fermentation temperature down. Once easy method is to wrap a wet towel or cloth around the fermenter and leave it in a drafty/breezie place. The evaporative cooling will help keep the temperature down. I've just done a Euro Pilsner using Saflager yeast. I...
- Tue Feb 20, 2001 7:57 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Proper Fermentation Temperatures
- Replies: 5
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Jeff, Just thought I'd jump in to this conversation. I'm fairly new to homebrewing and I've been reading some conflicting theories on secondary fermentation and lagering. I want to make a German/Euro style pilsner and I'm using cool lager yeast. Some books suggest 2-4 weeks lagering (after bottling)...