- Jun 20, 2019
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I'd put them all in flexi tubs or something you don't mind getting covered in beer and won't leak, then keep them as cool as possible. Try and think of something to cover the top of what ever you store them in so the beer doesn't fly all over the place if one of the bottles does happen to explode.Would it be worth storing them somewhere cool to avoid any further fermentation?
I wasn't getting a dead read for 3 days, so I gave it another week and took 5 reads in the end of the same before I was happy to call it a day. I used 10g of M41 and 10g of M42 in the end.Huh... wait... how did it drop from 17.06% to 16.8% ?
Which yeast are you using to carbonate the bottles at that sky-high ABV?
No explosions since bottling. They're quite happily sat in the shed keeping cool and hopefully aging beautifully.Any more updates on this Grizzly? Tried it yet? Has the house exploded?
I used 10g of M41 and 10g of M42 in the end.
Alcohol tolerance of both M41 and M42 is 12%. At least they died happy....there is no head whatsoever, I honestly don't think there is any carbonation at all, which I find strange. For a 17%
Yeah I saw that when buying them and I would quite happily of settled for 12%. But 17% was the result, so who knows what happened. I don't think I'll ever replicate this beer, so wont find out either.