Priming calculator what temperature??

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    Yabezag

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    Hi Brewing brains. Am about to batch prime my Chinook Porter. The priming calculator on Malt Miller is asking for fermentation temp. I fermented at 18-20 deg C but have cold crashed to 4 deg C. Which is the relevant temp for the calculator. I have entered both temps and get a big difference. 50g vs 100g.
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    strange-steve

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    Use 20°c.
    You should enter the highest temperature reached after active fermentation has stopped, because at this point CO2 is no longer being produced and absorbed.
     
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    Yabezag

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    Great. Thanks !
     

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