Originally Posted by kosmokramer
How do you control ferm temps?
Right now i stick to yeast that ferments in the 70 deg range and use my downstairs thermostat to control that.
In the near future i will have a stand up fridge or another chest freezer and i will control that with a johnson controler with the temp probe either shoved into the thermowell or into a seperate sealed liquid container. I dont have to worry about too cold in my fermentation area, just too hot.
everything i have fermented so far has come out pretty damn good without too much fusel taste but i want more control.
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