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Old 07-06-2007, 06:07 PM   #1
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Default Keg cold aging Vs. Bottle warm aging


I have a porter that I bottled and kegged from the same batch on June 12th. The bottled is great and has a pleasant finished aroma. The kegged is a bit off on the aroma and still seems green. The kegs are at 40 F and the bottle conditioned at 72 F. Is it possible that the Kegged will need longer to age? Any ideas?


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Old 07-06-2007, 06:15 PM   #2
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Yes, I have found the same problem. Seems that conditioning at cooler temps takes longer. Currently I am conditioning all my kegs at room temp. There has been some threads about this
On Deck -
Primary1 -Hop Knot 10/04/07
Primary2 -
Secondary1 -
Secondary2 -
On Tap
Tap1 - Kelly's Rasberry Cream Ale 7/11/07
Tap2 - Black Stap Porter (8/25/07)
Tap3 - Hefeweizen 7/05/07
Waiting for tap\Conditioning
Keg1 -
Keg2 -
Keg3 -

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