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Old 09-08-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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Okay, dumb question, I know. But I have a few batches in the fridge now and need a little room, for a new couple.

If I had let it bottle condition for 3 weeks, the have had it in the fridge for a week, can I pull them back out and sit at 68? Or will that cause off flavors like skunking?
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No, you'll be fine. Skunking is cause by light. And there's no harm in unchilling a beer, then rechilling it later.
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