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S23 And Bottle Conditioning ... How Long?

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wyane

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Brewed a Coopers Mex Cerveza with Saflager S-23. It spent 21 days in the FV and has spent 30 days in the bottles.
It's really really clear, hardly any sediment.

Does s23 need longer bottle conditioning like other lager yeasts?
The weather is warm and it's Saturday and I'm about to drag out the BBQ for the first time this summer.
Can I serve this beer to guests yet or wait a few weeks?
 

kelbygreen

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whats it taste like? if it taste good then no reason why you cant if it taste like it needs more time leave it
 

JDW81

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Brewed a Coopers Mex Cerveza with Saflager S-23. It spent 21 days in the FV and has spent 30 days in the bottles.
It's really really clear, hardly any sediment.

Does s23 need longer bottle conditioning like other lager yeasts?
The weather is warm and it's Saturday and I'm about to drag out the BBQ for the first time this summer.
Can I serve this beer to guests yet or wait a few weeks?
How does it taste? That's the best yardstick. If you're happy with it serve it up, if it tastes a bit young head off to dirty dan's and get a box of what ever you usual poison is.

EDIT: Beaten by kelbygreen
 
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