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Old 04-19-2012, 02:19 AM   #101
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Not "great", but my beers have been pretty damn good since I switched to AG. But it's also a combination of other things. I'd say correct fermentation temps first, AG second, and proper pitching rates third. Those are the main three things that I've noticed to have the biggest impact on the quality of my beers. Without question, correct ferm temps take the gold.

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