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TheOcean
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re: Beer Brewing Question - Growlers

Right, but I'm super confused now. Can I let it sit for three weeks in the airtight container for the three weeks...or do I need to bottle it soon and then let it sit again for a total of three weeks?


RedHawk
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re: Beer Brewing Question - Growlers
I usually ferment all of my beers for three weeks before packaging.


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s14suspense
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re: Beer Brewing Question - Growlers
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Right, but I'm super confused now. Can I let it sit for three weeks in the airtight container for the three weeks...or do I need to bottle it soon and then let it sit again for a total of three weeks?




Sit in the fermenter for 2-3 weeks then bottle and it should take another 2-3 weeks to carbonate.


TheOcean
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re: Beer Brewing Question - Growlers
So 4-6 weeks total? Jesus. I thought this was a 2-3 week ordeal


s14suspense
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re: Beer Brewing Question - Growlers
Bottling is really the issue. You can be drinking a week and a half to two weeks if you keg your own.


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BMoney
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So 4-6 weeks total? Jesus. I thought this was a 2-3 week ordeal


I've learned that patience is a must when making beer. It's something that I struggle with though.


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