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#313337 - 01/10/07 09:06 AM Re: Homebrewing [Re: eyrie]
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Thanks, Eyrie!

I checked my primary fermenter this morning. The airlock is bubbling about once a minute. I'll transfer to secondary on Saturday. Two weeks there, then three in the bottle.

Tom Petty was right...

#313338 - 01/10/07 06:46 PM Re: Homebrewing [Re: Zombie Zero]
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Some brews can take longer/shorter, depending on the amount of malt/sugars in the mix, temperature, yeast etc.

I normally leave mine in the primary for 3-4 weeks for the sediment to settle. As long as the temperature isn't too warm, the yeast isn't likely to go off. (Why winter is a good time to brew).

So, you can safely leave it in the primary until the airlock equalizes (water level same in the inner/outer lock), and then bottle within 3 days...

Saves you having to transfer to a secondary (unless you're kegging), and contamination thru excessive handling/exposure.

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