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I have no experience with either, but taking a look on Northern Brewer's website I am guessing you are comparing: This cooler system with this mega pot system. If it were me, given the similar prices, I would go for the one with a chunk of stainless at its heart, the Mega Pot, as it will last you a lifetime with a few replacement seals, and valve seats. ...


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Answer on your first question: young fermented beer is always cloudy, it will only clear in the bottle. The cloudiness in this stage is caused by the yeast, and that takes some time to drop out. And, it is connected to your second question. By keeping it warm, your beer will ferment out fine, but it will stay cloudy longer, because the yeast stays active. ...


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Yes you can. In fact I did it a few times myself, blending too dark beers for my taste with some lighter beers to create the perfect depth. But, if the mixed beers use different yeast strains, it is possible they both have different attenuation levels. The yeast from one beer can continue to ferment the sugars of the other beer. Fermentation starts again ...


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