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Temperature controller lost power

Hi everyone

Our electric company is doing line work and is cutting the power for 8 hours today and tomorrow.
My Chocolate Milk Stout is 4 days into its fermentation at 65 degrees. Air lock movement is down to a bubble every 10 seconds. I don’t expect the temperature to rise more than a few degrees. Should I expect any off flavors in this brew due to the slight rise in temperature?

No, you should be fine. Most of the yeast’s heavy lifting is done by 96 hours.

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