I brewed a stout a few months ago while it was still a nice temperature out and fermentation went great. My bottle filler broke and I waited a while to replace it. In the meantime the temp down in my basement has gone down considerably. I know this is fine for aging and all. I was just wondering if the yeast are going to make a comeback for my priming or if I should just repitch a little.
Streamline Brewing Company
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On Deck: Apfelwein
Fermenting: Oatmeal Stout