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Old 01-31-2014, 04:57 PM   #21
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nope, your plan is fine. 001 is good down to around 15C

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Old 02-06-2014, 11:06 AM   #22
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Hi to all!

Seems everything went right with the AIPA!!!
But, as (always) some small problems use to happen, we had problem to cool the wort as fast as I was expecting…
Usually we use a basin filled with ice to put the pan with the wort, and this time the basin was suddenly broke…yes, believe!!!
We had to go to a supermarket (far away) to buy a new…. I expected to cool the wort in about 30/40 minutes, but we had to wait about 3 hours for that… We could achieve 24C so I added the yeast, put inside the refrigerator and it is now fermenting in 18C….

If someone knows, please tell me if this unexpected time waste for cooling the wort can damage my AIPA!!!

Tks!!!

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