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Priming at high temps?

To make a long story short bottled a batch of beer and then left for two weeks on vacation. Came home and lightning had struck the air conditioner some time while we were gone not sure how long but house was 99 plus that’s as high as thermostat reads. How will this affect the bottled beer priming.

It will probably carb faster.

I suggest chilling it immediately and drink some. That definetly sounds like beer drinking weather

As @uncdeo said carbonation will happen quicker. No worries of bottle bombs as the yeast will only consume the sugars provided. Of course, you’ll need to chill it to get the CO2 to dissolve as it would be pretty difficult for beer at 99° to absorb it.

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