Sounds good, I'll give cold crashing a try. I haven't cold crash before so please tell me if I'm doing this right, taking a mixture of advice from multiple forums I've read. Since this Sunday will be 3 weeks for it fermenting, I'll start cold crashing it on this Thursday or Friday.
- Set my fermentation chamber temperature to 40F.
- Replace airlock with sanitized aluminum foil to eliminate suck back.
- Let it cold crash for 2-3 days.
- After 2-3 days rack to keg and start carbonating.
Once I've racked to my keg, do I have to let it warm up to room temperature, or can I start force carbing right away?