Originally Posted by sonvolt
In other words you are lagering at 40 degrees???
Charlie Papaszian's recipes for lagers call for lagering between 40 and 50 degrees. Is this dependent upon the individual yeast strains? Additionally, do you find that 40 degrees is the right temp for serving?
I have yet to place a thermometer in my fridge to see what I keep my beer at . . . but I suspect it is near 40. If lagering at 40 degrees is appropriate, I may be in heaven! A whole new world of brewing is opening up for me. . . .
Yes, I am, but not my bottles. They're in the other fridge at about 50F.
Definitely get a fridge therm.
I still have a Ferment Chiller to build over the winter. Sounds like a "cool" project...