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Old 08-30-2007, 06:50 PM   #1
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Any one crash cool the secondary before they bottle? If you age for months will those last few yeastys still carb your beer? I watned to hear if anyone has had success doing this or not,

I was thinking 3 days before I bottle,

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You should have no problem with getting your beer carbed. It doesn't take as much yeast to do this as it does to fully ferment wort. A lot of the sediment that drops out when you crash cool is protein anyway. RDWHAHB

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Thats what I thought but I wanted to make sure I didn't put my yeast to sleep and bottle a yeastless beer.
I really don't care much about haze, but I like to remove yeast bite as mish as possible.

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