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Old 05-08-2009, 10:36 PM   #1
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Default Best way to force Carb at 33C

What is the best way to force carb my beer? the Beer is already at 33C after cold crashing! Was gonna set and forget but I want it tomorrow! Any help I'm thirsty!!!



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Old 05-08-2009, 10:44 PM   #2
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throw 30PSI on it, shake it well for 2 minutes, leave it for 24 hours, back down to serving pressure, and wait a couple more days.

theoretically, you can put it at 40-50psi and roll it arround on a towel for a few minutes and be ready to drink as soon as it has had a chance to settle (30 min).

I use the first method i mentioned.



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Old 05-08-2009, 11:22 PM   #3
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If you prefer not to disrupt the trub, set it at 35 psi for 48 hours, bleed off the pressure and set it at serving PSI. It should be good to go and still clear.

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33C? That is like super hot, do you mean 33F?

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33C? That is like super hot, do you mean 33F?
Oh yeah, i didn't catch that...

my method is for cold beer...
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ya 33f actually it's 32.6 f
I st regulator to 25 rolled for 10 mins, so leave it at the 25 till tomorrow, vent then lower to ? I have 10 feet of 1/4 braided line with pony tap all in fridge!



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