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Cool Brewing Fermentation Cooler - How To Use Video!

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Published on Sep 2, 2015

Never lose a batch of beer to high fermentation temps again!

Finally! An inexpensive and easy solution to keeping your homebrewed beer fermentation temperatures in control!

Fermenting your homebrew at the right temperature is one of the critical factors in making good beer. Let the temperature get too warm, and your beer will suffer!

The typical desired ale fermentation ranges are 59-72 degrees F. Add in the fact that active fermentation for a 5 gallon batch can raise temperatures 10-15 degrees F! Fermentation control is a NEED not a WANT.

Forget about dealing with a messy homemade cooler when trying to keep your homebrew fermentation temperatures cool. Our cooler is insulated, 100 percent waterproof and designed to fit with most fermenters and carboys. It is compact for easy storage, contains any mess and keeps your brew cooler for much longer than other methods. Even use to lager and serve kegs.

Make Better Beer. Drink Better Beer. This is Cool Brewing.

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