Post #1 made 10 months ago
Hello i am new to the world of brewing and I recently bought ingredients to clone my favorite brew (Barking Squirrel Lager). Being a newbie i never realized how cold lagers have to ferment. My question is how warm can saflager w34/70 yeast ferment. The coldest spot in my house is in my crawlspace (cement floor) 17C or 62.6F(spring). Do you think this would be cold enough? Also the recipe calls for 7days primary and 30 days secondary would this change with the warmer temps? My plan was to keep it in the primary for the duration what are your thoughts??
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