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  1. Great, thanks all....I appreciate the help.
  2. Ok, I'll take them out. Will any damage be done due to them being in the fridge for the past 24 hours or so?
  3. So, I'm brewing my first beer (Weissbier). I fermented in the LBK for two weeks, and then bottled for two weeks at room temperature. Yesterday, I put the bottles in the fridge, planning to keep them in there for two weeks. Well, I was curious to see how it tasted today, so I could make comparison after the two weeks in the fridge. It tasted a bit on the astringent side, so I'm sure it isn't ready yet. Should I keep it refrigerated, or would it be better to take it back out and keep it at room temperature? Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Sugar??

    OK - thanks for all the responses. Looks like I'll be sticking to good ol' table sugar. I'll update again in 4 weeks to let you all know how it turned out. Thanks again!
  5. Hi all - Bottling weekend is finally here and I'm very excited. After talking to some seasoned home brewers at work, I'm unsure on what kind of sugar I should use when bottling this weekend. The MB kit calls for table sugar, but both of these guys told me that I should pick up some corn sugar at the LHBS, as using regular table sugar can result in an "off taste" with my finished product. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  6. Hi all - Brand new to the community as I just finished up on my first batch (Weissbier). My question - is there a noticable difference in using plastic bottles vs. glass bottles? It seems to me that using glass would result in a better tasting product, but what do I know...any input would be appreciated.
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