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Re: Fermentation taking LOOOONG time
« Reply #15 on: August 15, 2011, 04:39:40 pm »
Thanks, Denny.  Yes I am.  I misspoke.
But isn't the CO2 exhaust just as dangerous for bottles?
Or is it miniscule - which is why I'm told to go ahead and bottle?



Most priming calculators I've seen take the temp of the beer into account.  That supposedly accounts for the dissolved CO2.  Additional CO2 will only be created by the amount of priming you add.
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