- Nov 6, 2007
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I've been reading here a while and did my second batch tonight. BB Nut Brown Ale. Last batch I did I had the benifit of snow outside. Tonight it was freakin 60 degrees (go ohio). Well I just don't have resources to cool and it is sitting in an ice bath right now in my chest freezer. I am going to have to leave it there over night. The plan is to pitch the yeast tomorow when I get home from work. Will it be bad if it gets really cold? I sealed teh lid and put tape over the airlock hole to avoid contamination. Will it be okay tomorrow and I can just heat it up to 70 for the yeast and pitch? I guess it doesn't really matter if it is or now cause thats my only option right now, Just want it to turn out. I know RDWHAHB. Well I'm working on that! haha Gotta get the HB first. Just want to set my self up to see a reply to this tomorrow at work giving me piece of mind. Thanks for whoever eases my mind. Even if its a lie and my beers ruined.