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OofC_Zer0 12-21-2012 04:55 PM

Bottle carbing question
 
So I bottled my Holiday IPA last Saturday. Through in the priming sugar as usual. Drove to Cincinnati last night and left it in the car :-/ pulled the cases out this morning and brought inside. My question is, since it got so cold would the yeast have died or just took a nap and now wake back up since the temperature has risen. And if it did stop is there anyway to reactivate? Thanks in advance!

logdrum 12-21-2012 05:11 PM

Youre good. Let the bottles come back up to room temp & the yeast will continue their work.

Jayhem 12-21-2012 05:17 PM

Yeasties are just sleeping...bring them in, warm them up, maybe give each bottle a light shake, they will get right back to work.

I always advise to wear safety glasses when handling conditioning beer bottles....bottle bombs do happen and can be very dangerous.

OofC_Zer0 12-21-2012 05:25 PM

Yeah, I had a case of 22oz RISs that unknown to me a few of them exploded while I was at work. Smelled something funny then noticed some broken bottles. I will give them all a gentle roll and hopefully all will be well. Thanks for the input!


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