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Old 09-18-2012, 01:59 PM   #11
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i'm actually in the middle of my first lager.. i had it ferment for 7 days at 48, then a d-rest for 2 days, and now its at like a week and a half so far at lagering temps.. its in a keg, so i figured i'd try it on friday (which would be 2 weeks on co2 and lagering) and just see how it changes for the next 2 weeks.. with bottling conditioning like you mentioned though, it may take 2-3 weeks anyway to get the carb levels correct as long as you can keep all of the bottles at lagering temps

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Keg 1: Brown Ale | Keg 2: Porter | Keg 3: Belgian Wit
Bottles: lots full and even more empty
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