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Old 10-11-2007, 12:50 AM   #1
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Default Bottling after Cold Crash? Bottling from keg

How many of you have tried bottling after cold crashing a brew?

I have some brews that have been crashed for a couple days, and another couple that have been at 37F for a couple weeks. This is obviouslky done to get the yeast to drop out, but I am running into storage problem and would like to bottle some of this beer. I have 50+ gallons of beer between primaries and secondaries and only 5-5gal. kegs. Even with a healthy drinking curve I am going to need to do some bottling.

Another question, bottling after force carbing. How is this done? I assume I need some special gizmo. Thanks


1st Primary:Cacade/Orange Pale
2nd Primary:Wild Hop Pale
secondary: Inspired Clone

Kegged: Edwort's House Pale, Honey Porter, BierMuncher's Black Pearl Porter

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