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Old 04-07-2010, 06:45 PM   #11
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Excellent. I'd say I've been around that range and it'll remain there until I'm ready to bottle. Was just worried about stepping the temp down a little as opposed to warming it up. I have no temp control yet, so I'm depending on the house temps, which have been slightly increasing over the past week. So no reason to be too concerned, I guess.

This is my first forray back into brewing after abour 14 years. So it's good to hear I picked a good recipe and yeast to begin with. A lot of good things about BM's Centennial Blonde and also Notty.

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