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The OSHA standard is an inhalation warning of pure diacetyl in air. You're measuring diacetyl in a liquid. Its very different saftey-wise. As long as you aren't aerosolizing your samples and inhaling it you're fine.


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Let me simply reinforce what is being said here with a little more focus on history: Lagers are not a storage process. They are a product made with lagering yeasts and fermented at lower temps that typically require refrigeration. The vast majority of craft beers are ales, because ales are fermented at room temperatures and are therefore much less ...


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