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Old 02-05-2009, 12:09 AM   #11
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March is fine, but I'd get it off the yeast and to a secondary before then.
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I have a High Gravity Bock (9.5%ABV) that has been in secondary for 5 weeks
I think you should be fine going a few more weeks. I've done secondary for a couple months (granted with lower gravity brews) and still had no problem with carbonation. I personally wouldn't go much longer than the end of the month though. The beer can still age in the bottle.
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