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Old 04-01-2010, 02:22 AM   #1
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Default Long primary vs. Secondaries

I don't want an out of control discussion, because in my searches, that's what these types always turn into. If you wouldn't mind, just put a post with one or the other, like this:



If you do your fermenting entirely in the primary, just post: Primary
If you rack to a secondary, just post: Secondary



Not trying to be insulting, just looking for an idea of what most people do without starting a debate.

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Old 04-01-2010, 02:29 AM   #2
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Secondary; BTW the answers have to be at least ten characters long, so the responses have to be more than just Primary or Secondary

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6 gallon glass primary only (75% time)

secondary for lagaring or dry-hopping

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Secondary; BTW the answers have to be at least ten characters long, so the responses have to be more than just Primary or Secondary


Tis true. What he said!
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Only primary, but keg condition while dry hopping or waiting for a slot in the keezer.

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secondary for me!

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Long primary, short secondary.

And who says you can't do a short post?

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see? hey, no cheating

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secondary......................................... ......

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Have switched to Primary only except for lagering. This includes dry hopping in the primary also. Am in the process of comparing the results from a Primary only versus Primary/Secondary system which is what I used to do. So far I have had great results with the Primary only. Montanaandy

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