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Old 02-23-2013, 11:17 PM   #1
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Default ready in 4 weeks? for Dry Dock Minnow Mild

I just brewed a kit today and I just put it in the primary and the directions state that it goes into bottles after about 2 weeks in the primary. All of the other cases Ive had to put in a secondary and then bottle after that. Would it just help out if i just put the Minnow in the secondary and then the bottle or should i just put it in the bottles as its saying?

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Old 02-23-2013, 11:24 PM   #2
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That sounds right. It's a low OG beer, with great flavor but not much complexity. I keg, and I'm drinking milds by about day 10! so, yes, a short time in the fermenter (until gravity readings are stable for at least three days) and then bottling it is fine.

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Ill try it out then, I just have to get my bottles ready sooner. Thanks!

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Yes mine was ready soon. I think my beer was done fermenting in about 3 days. I gave it a extra week to condition then transferred into a keg, 7 days carb ready to drink in 17 days. I bet I could have gotten it done quicker but I don't like to rush things. This beer tasted great at 17 days and it did get better with age.

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