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Old 11-25-2011, 12:12 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by skeezerpleezer View Post
If its carbed and good you could always refrigerate them all. Or does brett and bugs not act like normal yeast when cooled?
Should slow them down if not stop them altogether. As soon as carb is where you want it, refrigerate and drink once a week noting the carb levels.

I did a Madrugada Obcura Clone that I aged on Michigan Cherries and it came out really well. Sour Stouts are the bomb. I'd like to get Some Clutch.


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