So I am building a fermentation chamber out of a dead mini-fridge.
My garage stays a constant 55 degrees right now in the winter so I don't need to worry about cooling.
I was planning on buying a brewbelt to heat my carboy but then I got to thinking...
Would a brewbelt be able to heat my carboy and overcome the 55 degree temp in the chamber (I'm guessing the brewbelt wouldn't work so well to heat the air)
I know I am overthing this but I just want some reassurance.
I may just buy a small personal heater or something but I think having the heat source on the carboy would help it to be a bit more precise.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
And yes, whatever I do end up using will be wired through my temp controller.