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From: Andrius Tamulis <tamulis@dehn.math.nwu.edu>
Subject: Fermentation Temperature
Date: 1990-04-26 02:57:20 GMT

The summer months will soon be upon us, with the correspondingly high
temperatures. My current residence does not have any A/C, and is therefore
subject to the outside temperature, which means that it can reach 90 degrees
in here, maybe even higher. The question is, can I brew beer? 90 is well out
of the suggested fermenting range, but just what will happen? Is it hopeless?
And if it is, are there refridgerator-type things that can keep my carboy at
a nice 65-75?
Thanks in advance,
Andrius

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