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Storing the kegs outside during the winter

I don't have all the math in front of me but a typical beer freezes in the mid 20's Fahrenheit. Lower alcohol might be 27F and higher might be 24F. There are a lot of different factors like the volume ...
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Storing the kegs outside during the winter

There's a formula used for determining the freezing point of a given beer in the brewing industry, taken from this book: Freezing point(°C) = -(0.42 * ABW% + 0.04 * OG[°P] + 0.2) You can easily ...
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Exploding ginger beer?

If the bottle is only half full then it would have to produce a lot of gas to reach a dangerous pressure since there is more volume to fill. Proper refrigeration should stop fermentation virtually ...
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