"EoinMag":ruy3skzo wrote: 6-8c would mean it's only any good for lagers in my book, it'd need to be up around the 12c to interest me as an ale dispenser.[/quote:ruy3skzo]
Yeah, I plan to figure out how long it takes to cool to 10 - 12C for some ales, or even figure out roughly what temp I prefer, as I do like some ales at room temp![/quote:ruy3skzo]
I suppose just leaving it turned off so it's not chilling is the easy way to not have it too cold. A lot of my ales are served too warm but I rather that then having them too cold. I do throw a keg into the fermentation fridge when it's free now and again and it makes for a lovely pint when set to 12c
"EoinMag":1ttbzrdo wrote: A lot of my ales are served too warm but I rather that then having them too cold.[/quote:1ttbzrdo]Really? I find that a beer served too cold gets better with time. A beer served too warm doesn't.