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what is diacetyl rest?
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"Coopers kit" AND "lager yeast" returns only 19 hits in google. Interesting.rodderz said:
"So-called" would more or less be the best explanation for a Coopers Kit "Lager Yeast". Try the diacetyl rest as a matter of course. You've really got nothing to lose.rodderz said:
i think you'll find the supplied yeast in the coopers bavarian is the usual 'ale' type, as coopers recommend to keep the temp around 20'c, which is the lower end for ale yeasts. as such, i dont think you will gain anything with trying a Diacetyl Rest.rodderz said:
G'day Sam,am said:...Also, I've heard people mentioning you can find things a lot better on Google if you know how to look for them. How do you refine searches? As all I would've typed is: "Diacetyl Rest" or "What is diacetyl rest"