Well today the weather in New York was crazy for this time of the year. It was 70 and well the house got a little hot. When I got home from work one of the thermometer on the carboy was reading 74 to 76 or something like that. I tried not to get into panic mode and remembered relax and have a home brew. I knew that I couldn’t rush the carboys into cold water because it would shock the yeast and just make things worst. For the past couple of days I have been getting my closet ready so I could store them in there. Well I had to rush the project and get them in there I also turned on the central air to bring down the temp and get the room cooler they seem to be doing well still popping no weird reactions that I can see and I was really careful moving them. Well does anyone think I will have a problem or did I do the right thing and not panic?
Bottled: English pale ale (first AG), cream ale, phat trye, oatmeal stout, imperial pumkin, imperial Ipa, kreik, calowiezen, winter warmer, st john IPA, pumkin ale, pumkin porter, imperial stout, belgain pale ale
Next to brew: coffee brown ale, witenger, belgain pale ale