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Old 10-08-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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So I have been conditioning my hefe flip tops for over 6 weeks now and I tried one today and it was totally flat. All the ones that i bottled in regular 12 oz bottles are fine and have been fine since week 4. I figure at 6 weeks, if some flip-tops are flat they are pretty much just going to be flat no matter what. Right? Extra time won't really help?

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Some of them are probably carbed just fine. I've gotten into the habit of replacing the gaskets on my flip-tops every time. I hate wasting beer on inconsistent seals.

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