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badbillys

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Hi guys

just wondering if there would be any problems if i keged a brew too soon

i have a brew thats at 1.012 and still bubbleing away but very slowly.. its been in secondary for a bit over a week.. and i want to keg it and cc...

would this be a problem???... thanks for your thourghts

:chug:
billy
 

jayse

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with the f.g its hard to tell with out the ingriedients that went in their.
but if it was as standard brew.theres no problem at all.get it in the keg and cold no worries.only problem once its in the keg its pretty hard to leave it another week or two to condition if you don't have much else to drink.
 

badbillys

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hi jayse
was a morgans anber ale and a tin or morgans amber malt.. i was expecting a fg of 1.010 but have no idea .. wot do u think?

:chug:
billy

ps.. yep.. waiting is going to be the hard bit!! lol
 

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that sounds fine mate.
my all malt pale ales are ussually o.g 1.052 f.g 1.015.


my first kegs were also my first all grains and first liquid yeast brews.they were impossible to leave alone in the keg.only having one keg then.
now i have more kegs than room in the fridges.
 

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thanks jayse... its now in the keg.. burped and in the fridge.

my resolve is set and will hold out for at least ????

thanks again

Billy
 

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