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Secondary fermentation temp


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Hi @Hetkela

Secondary fermentation should be done at approx. the Kegging Temperature 18C but basically you're limited by your room temperature. That's why the BeerDroid's Kegging temperature is normally set to 18C, this sets the beer temp to the ideal secondary fermentation temperature.

As long as your room temperature is somewhere between 15C and 30C you should be ok. At the lower temperatures you will need more secondary time.

The BeerDroid's Storage Zone is used if you need to delay your Kegging, say for example if you were to be away for a few days when your beer was ready to Keg, then  put your BeerDroid into Storage, which keeps your brew fresh, then the day before you're ready to keg, set it back to Keg.


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