Coppers canadian blonde PSI

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  1. May 8, 2018 #1

    Rob287

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    As the title suggests. I got a spare fridge in my garage bought it today. But this is 1st time i have forced carb before.

    Shall I just go off the calculator on here? How long do I leave it.

    So far it's been at room temp (18 degrees) for 1 day. 25psi

    As longas it's good to go in 1 month no worries.

    Thanks
     
  2. May 9, 2018 #2

    Bigcol49

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    Hi!
    Using the calculator, that looks OK for about 2.5 volumes of CO2, but it should be carbonated in a couple of weeks. Check it after a fortnight - gently release pressure down to serving pressure and try a glass. If it's undercarbed, crank up the pressure again and wait a little longer.
    If you can reduce the temperature you can also reduce the pressure without affecting the results.
     

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