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Lagering, does this count?

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gordo_t

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Howdy,

So I brewed two lagers the other week, (2 week ferment, then took another week gradually lowering temp down to 1 degree).

They are both kegged, but I haven't room to keep them in the keg fridge.

At the moment they are still sitting in the fermenation fridge @ 18 deg, whilst I brew a couple of Ales.

Is there any point to keeping them in the fermenting fridge?

If room becomes available in the keg fridge in a week or two, and I move the lagers in there (and store them for a few weekd before drinking), does that still count towards cold conditioning?
 

dougsbrew

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if the fermenting fridge is the coolest place you have for them at the moment, then yes leave them in there.
basically your beer hasnt been lagered yet, the few weeks your putting them in the keg fridge will be your lagering part.
 

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