Advice needed - Coopers Canadian Blond

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Hi all

Just had a go a "Coopers Canadian Blond", first time this brew.   Whilst
bottling there was a lot more froth than I am used to seeing, had to let
it settle and top up each bottle individually.

Other than being a very minor pain, I am concerned this maybe an
indication that the brew has been contaminated or some such thing I
should know about.

Anyone had similar experiences or can offer advice?

Thanks

Ian

Re: Advice needed - Coopers Canadian Blond

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Hi

I was told "cooper's yeasts" have a wide temp range for start
fermenting & the advantage is you have a leeway with starting
temperatures, but disadvantage in 'supposedly' lower quality beer.
( not IMHO ).

Depends on individual taste.

Did you test S.G before bottling.
Local Hbrew barn recommends that you get the same S.G. reading two
days in a row before you bottle.

regards,

Ian C

Re: Advice needed - Coopers Canadian Blond
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SG stable 4 days running before bottling.  Thanks for idea though.

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