i tried searching, found nothing really .
Question being, if i have a large enough cold room and just want to throw my buckets/carboys in the room for fermenting, what is the best temperature to keep this at?
it will be strictly for ales, i mainly use nottingham and safale05 (sometimes others, but i like to keep it simple)
i was thinking setting the room around 62 or so, that way when fermentation takes off it will still be in the range of the yeast temps. (so as we all know, when it spikes, it wont ferment too hot)
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