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Temp. in the Secondary

The temp range for my yeast is 65-72 degrees… The gravity mellowed out to 1.010 after two weeks in the primary so I racked to a secondary, but the temp has dropped significantly to 57-58 degrees and I have no way of warming it back up. Is this going to be a problem?

as long as fermentation was complete (1.010 seems complete to me) it will be just fine. it will actually help sediment and any remaining yeast drop from suspension resulting in a more clear beer. good luck! temperature is most important while the beer is actively fermenting during the first few days, after that you have a little more breathing room as far as temperature is concerned

dont worry relax, have a homebrew :cheers:

Thanks…!!

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