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Old 05-04-2008, 02:22 PM   #1
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I'm finally around to kegging/bottling my Maibock and I noticed my room temp is 76-78 F. I wanted to let everything naturally carb for three weeks but maybe two weeks is more appropriate. Can I still carb for three weeks at those temps?

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You can carb for 3 months at those temps. The three weeks is regarded as the minimum at 70 degrees, not the maximum. For most beers, longer is better.

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