I do a Secondary (I know I know). But my question is do I have to keep it in the dark to prevent any off flavors or is light ok?
Just like the woman, keep her in the dark!
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Always keep your beer in a dark area, not exposed to light. You can also put a t-shirt or towel around the carboy to keep the light out.
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Thanks that's what I thought, but just wanted to check.