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    Using a brite tank to lager?

    Long story short, we keep our BBT's in the cold room. Is it possible to lager in a BBT? or not recommended because of the dished bottom?

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    Many CTs used for lagering are cylindricals with a dish bottom. If your cold room doesn’t keep your beer at or around 32F, that may be a bigger issue.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyHands View Post
    Long story short, we keep our BBT's in the cold room. Is it possible to lager in a BBT? or not recommended because of the dished bottom?
    Hey! I think you should be good to lager in BBT in a cold room the cold room would have to be between 0-2 c (32-35F) . If you get slightly higher temperatures than that keep the beer in for a longer time.
    How's the BBT bottom , is it completely flat or a small angle cone?

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    Cold room is kept at 33-34. BBT have a dished bottom.

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