Carbonating at 50F/10C

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hgdsraj

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Hi all,

I am new to home brewing and have 24 beers at 22°C and 60 at 10-15°C (garage).

Will the bottles in the garage carbonate, given time? I fermented in the garage and found that it fermented totally fine and tasted crisp and exactly as I wanted.
 

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Most likely you will have no issues carbonating your beer other than time. General rule of thumb is 3 weeks at 70 degrees. At 60 degrees it will likely carbonate, but may take a lot longer. If possible warm the bottles up to about 70 degrees F.
 
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