Originally Posted by Dylan42
Mine didn't turn out good at all. My last three brews have been a bit of a disappointment. Im pretty sure its due to the temp im fermenting at, in my house. Too hot, so I bought a cool brewing fermentation cooler. Will try this one again in the latter part of summer.
I ALWAYS ferment no higher than 70 on this beer. My ideal fermentation temp on this beer should be 65-68 MAX, and ideally 65 for the profile I like it at.
I'm sorry it did not work out for you, but yes, you MUST under ALL circumstances control your fermentation temperatures for ANY beer you make to ensure proper fermentation.
Yeast are what makes your beer, treat them well.