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Old 01-30-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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I have had my three hearted ale in the ferenter now all of four weeks.Sould i leave in in to finish a couple more weeks or bottle it today?
just looking for different opinions thanks in advance!

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Old 01-30-2010, 04:04 PM   #2
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Are your hydrometer readings telling you it's done fermenting? If so bottle away! 4 weeks should be plenty of time.

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Dry hop it yet? planning on it?

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Are your hydrometer readings telling you it's done fermenting? If so bottle away! 4 weeks should be plenty of time.
my fg is 1.025 i thought though to leave it another week so the yeasties can
clean up.
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Dry hop it yet? planning on it?
no i did not dry hop this batch
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That seems a bit high to me, what are your temps at? How much yeast did you pitch? What was your OG?

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That seems a bit high to me, what are your temps at? How much yeast did you pitch? What was your OG?
one smack pack wyst #1056
og was 1.064
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I just bottled the NB extract kit 2 weeks ago. My OG was .069 (did't top off all the way to 5 gal) and finished at .017 with US-05 and 25 days in the fermentor at 66* actual beer temp.

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I just bottled the NB extract kit 2 weeks ago. My OG was .069 (did't top off all the way to 5 gal) and finished at .017 with US-05 and 25 days in the fermentor at 66* actual beer temp.
I will bottle it today.Mine was a all grain recipe from nb
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I will bottle it today.Mine was a all grain recipe from nb
Good luck, mine already tastes great!

I only tried 1 bottle so far and I am stuck in Germany for the next couple of weeks and won't be able to have another but I brought a different case of homebrew and some Belgians with me so I am set.
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