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Offline euge

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Re: Lager question
« Reply #15 on: September 11, 2012, 08:43:02 pm »
I'm going to crash it today and check tomorrow. Will report back.

What I do know is the 4 liter "sample" drank well besides the slight buttery hint. There's no haze and the beer was bright out of the fermenter. Think I got real close to the economy lagers that I drink. ;D

sounds like a fun night!   ;D
Are you racking to a smaller secondary/keg without enough room for the full batch, or what?

I do 6+ gallon batches. I'll usually rack to a keg and the excess goes into 2L PET bottles which the Carbonator-cap will have nice and bubbly within a few seconds. Usually get about 4.5L to drink for "quality control"... ;D
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