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Old 09-11-2007, 02:18 PM   #1
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we have a dbl bock that will be ready to bottle on sunday but i need both carboys for a mass brewing in jacksonville this weekend will this have any effect if we bottle on friday

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If you have taken your gravity readings and you're good to go, no problems.

If you are just guessing based on a 1-2-3 style method, prb...it's only 1 day but who knows if your fermentation has completed.
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A good reason to get a new carboy and double your capacity.
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