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I normally leave in primary fermenter for 2 weeks, transfer to a secondary for 1-2 weeks, then to a keg for conditioning and carbonation. So for ales it normally takes 4-6 weeks. Lagers take longer due to colder fermentation temps.
Had two homebrews from a friend over the weekend: a small beer and a coriander ale. Both great but the coriander, in particular, was just beautiful. How long are you fermenting your winter ale, total?
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