So I finally have space for a freezer/fridge to control my fermentation temperatures, yay!
I understand that a chest freezer will accommodate more than one carboy/bucket. But if the goal is to control fermentation temperatures, isn't it very likely I'll have one bucket that's fermenting strong (hot) while the other bucket is almost done fermenting (cooler). This would cause one bucket to be either too hot or cold, depending on where I put the thermocouple.
Obviously quite a few people put more than one bucket in their fridges. So I'm wondering if there is a way to correct for this problem or if anyone even notices this? Thanks!
Primary: Dragon's Milk, Pale Ale, Denny's Banilla Vourbon Porter
Secondary: Jamil's Chocolate Hazelnut Porter
Kegged: Trashcan Oatmeal Stout, SNPA Clone, Old Crustacean, and Apfelwein