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Old 07-29-2014, 11:52 PM   #1
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New to AG and cold crashed all my beers so far all in primary on the yeast and the dryhop. Had great success so far with taste, clarity and beers are carbing in 1-2 weeks. I put my zd clone in sat night and planned on bottling tomm that would b 4 daycold crash which is what I've done in the past well that's not gonna happen and I may not get to bottle until this weekend meaning a 6-7 daycold crash. There won't b any issues with this carbing up will there or does it need to cold crash ALOT longer before one has to worry about the beer not carbing. Sorry for newborn question.

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To clear out that much yeast, you'd have to lager it for months before it may become an issue.

Seven days is a nice cold conditioning.

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New to AG and cold crashed all my beers so far all in primary on the yeast and the dryhop. Had great success so far with taste, clarity and beers are carbing in 1-2 weeks. I put my zd clone in sat night and planned on bottling tomm that would b 4 daycold crash which is what I've done in the past well that's not gonna happen and I may not get to bottle until this weekend meaning a 6-7 daycold crash. There won't b any issues with this carbing up will there or does it need to cold crash ALOT longer before one has to worry about the beer not carbing. Sorry for newborn question.
No problem. I'm cold crashed a number of times for over a week.
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I have gone much longer than a week, no worries.

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Thanks for all the replies ended up bottling after 5 day cold crash beer was somewhat clear but I feel better knowing I can leave it longer if need be.

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