- Mar 14, 2019
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Great to hear.Hi David. I recently watched your video on pressure fermenting and it really got me interested! So... after too many oxidised hoppy brews, I'm converting a corny to a pressure fermenter this weekend. I can't wait to brew my first batch. I'm struggling a bit to find information on what sort of temps are realistic, the consensus seems warmer than normal....I'm planning a session IPA using imperial flagship (chico? ) Have you, or anyone else here got any tips with this yeast? Psi? Temps? Any insight would be really appreciated!!
Within my channels FB group we have been collecting data from members about pressure fermentation levels tried and tested.
We have data for Fermentis US-05 which is also the Chico strain. The ranges that have been successful so far are as follows:-
Pressure 10-27 PSI
The chico strain works well under pressure within these levels for a nice clean result.
I hope this helps :)