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- 2° L
- All Grain
- 2.5 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 17 IBU
- 4.4 % ABV
Pitch your yeast at 65 degrees, when you see the first signs of fermentation bring down your ferementation to 45 degrees. 3) Typically about 10-14 days after lagering, you will bring back your fermentation temperature to 62-65 degrees. This is called a Diacetyl rest. You will keep your fermentation here for 2-3 days. 4) Rack your beer into a secondary fermenter, and start bringing down your fermentation 5 degrees a day until it gets to 45 degrees. Lager for about 6 weeks. Start your, “I’m ...
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