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Old 12-13-2011, 03:20 AM   #11
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My beers always look darker in the bucket/carboy than they do in the glass. But even dark beers should start to look bright and brilliant by 5 weeks, I fight protein haze, and two full weeks in the fridge is the ONLY thing that helps...cheers
I have had the same success doing this. Gets everything to finally rest on the bottom. And be careful pouring, keep the last half inch or so out of the glass and chug it before you drink your glass, you'll be happy you did the next morning!
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