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Old 03-11-2013, 11:33 AM   #1
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Just bottled a pale that has Nottingham yeast in it.. Question is should I condition at the same temp I brewed at (with the notts being a cooler yeast I brewed at around 16degC) or should I condition it at a higher temp???

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For average gravity beers 70 degrees for 3 weeks is the minimum. After a day in the bottle I give the bottles a quick overturn to get the yeast in suspension.


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