Back in the early days of homebrewing, it was customary for brewers to transfer their beer out of the primary fermentation vessel into a secondary vessel for a period of conditioning before packaging, though nowadays it's common to ferment in primary only. For some, this means extending the time the beer spends on the trub, which has been purported to lead to certain issues. In this episode, contributor Jake Huolihan sits down with Marshall to talk about the impact leaving beer in the primary fermenter can have on beer as well as the results of fascinating xBmt on the topic.
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