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comment Am I required to refrigerate bottles after bottling?
Agree with jsled. Keep them at room temp for 2-3 weeks. Cool and open a tester if you want to know if the bottles are carbonated. If you didn't make any major mistakes, they'll never pop. Generally, you want to keep them cool to preserve flavor and aroma, although some beers are better aged. (Aging is an entirely different topic.)