Conical Process


 

Ferment your beer using a Spike Conical and accessories in just 14 days!

 

  • Oxygenate / Aerate

    Why: Oxygen promotes healthy yeast.

    When: On your brew day, once the wort is chilled and moved to the fermenter.

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  • Dump yeast

    Why: To reduce the chance of off flavors caused by dead yeast.

    When: When fermentation has slowed – about 7-10 days after your brew day.

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  • Cold crash

    Why: Allows the yeast and hops to fall out of suspension for a sediment free beer.

    When: After fermentation has completed, which will be about 8-12 days after your brew day.

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  • Force carbonate

    Why: After you cold crash and are still at cold crash temperatures, before moving to the keg or bottling.

    When: After you cold crash and are still at cold crash temperatures, before moving to the keg or bottling.

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  • Pressure transfer

    Why: Avoid off flavors caused by oxygen contact.

    When: The final step, after forced carbonation in the conical, about 10-14 after your brew day.

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