This is such a NOOOB question, but I am finding conflicting info. . ... Once the beer is at the proper carbonation, is it necessary to then get it cold? If not, will it continue to carbonate and risk bottle bombs, or is the correct amount of priming sugar just enough and the yeast will no longer have anything to eat?
My problem is lack of refridgerator space, and would like to keep the bottles at room temp (70-85 here) and then just rotate them into the fridge six at a time.
Many thanks !
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