If you chill them, the yeast goes dormant, and you'll have flat beer. Don't put them in the fridge until they are full carbed, usually three weeks after bottling. Find a cool corner for them, somewhere out of the way, ideally around 65 - 68 degrees. Leave them there another two weeks, don't shake them, just leave them be, and you'll be good.
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