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rondemay

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Well... I was wondering everyone's opinion... I naturally primed and kegged a batch of brew last night and accidentally cold crashed it. It was probably near 40-45 degrees for a short time, and sat at high 50's for most of the night. I moved it into it's final location this morning, where it will be kept between 70-75 to carbonate properly. Do I need to shake this thing to reactivate the yeast? Is the temperature rise going to be enough to get it carbonating properly? Did I do any permanent damage? Thanks ya'll
 

day_trippr

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Aw, you just gave the wee beasties a bit of a nap. No worries, no damage, you didn't kill or even maim anything, once you've warmed the keg back to the yeasts happy place I would invert the keg once then set it upright and let the little buggers do their thing...

Cheers! :mug:
 
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