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Old 01-23-2012, 11:51 PM   #1
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Default Regulate Temperature for Yeast Carbonation

The place where I store my bottles is about 70 degrees (F) and my root beer was taking a long time to carbonate. So, I put an electric heating pad under the box of bottles during the carbonation process. The heating pad has an automatic shut-off feature so I had to keep checking on it to see that ti was still on. The bottles stayed warm and it really seemed to speed up the process.

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