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jgriffin

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I tasted my Pilsener out of the fridge the other day, and it's so buttery i reckon you could spread it on toast.
I did 3 weeks primary @ ~10deg, let it come up to ~18C for two days, and it's been lagering at ~4c for a week.
One week in the middle of the primary i got a stuck ferment, so it was really two weeks of fermentation spread over three weeks :)

Anyway, should i bring it back to room temp for a couple of days, let it lager longer, or possibly pitch some more yeast to clean up the diacetyl?
 

Corey

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Pitching more yeast won't do very much unless there are some unfermented fermentables.

I'd just leave it. The Diacetyl should disappear after a couple of months anyway.
 

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