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Old 01-21-2010, 06:14 AM   #1
Sep 2009
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So, I started brewing this past September and I haven't really had to worry about room temps for my bottle conditioning because it's been getting colder since that time.

Now I'm worried about bottle conditioning in my A/Ced apartment which will probably be at 78-80 degrees (at the lowest) during the summer.

Is this still a decent bottle conditioning temp? I've come to think that a normal temp range is high 60's to low 70's and this is really pushing the bill on that scale.
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Old 01-21-2010, 12:29 PM   #2
Oct 2007
South Florida
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i condition all my brews between 78-80 and they come out fine.
Primary: Nothing
Secondary: DFH Punkin Ale
Bottled/Conditioning: Cigar City Jai Alai IPA Clone, Apple Jack 1.0, Apple Jack 2.0
Drinking: Yakima Blonde (Imperialized), Banana Wheat, Russian Imperial Stout, and anything i can get my hands on
On Deck: Watermelon Wheat, Red Panda Ale, Gluten Free Brown Ale, Mojito IPA, Smoked Pepper Stout

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