Originally Posted by claphamsa
How cold do you crash at? how cold is too cold? is colder better?
After all the years of brewing Cold Crashing is one the steps I myself think is one of the better steps.
I cold crash all my beers when in secondary, temps I would say mid 30 range.
Just try one for at least a week and mid 30's and you will see the amount of sediment in bottom that you would have been putting into your bottles or keg's.
The length of time I would say its up you yourself. I have a Christmas beer I brew in early part of year and it is cold storage until Dec. before is kegged.