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Real ungespundetes kellerbier
|Posted by Barm on 2018-09-03 04:43:40|
|Temperature is a big factor in how long beer will keep and the amount of CO2 it will retain.|
Some of the big pub chains in the UK heavily chill their real ale and I’m sure they do it for reasons of shelf life. The lower temperature slows down the progress of acetobacter and other spoilage organisms. It’s become quite rare to get a vinegary pint.
If your Keller is very cold the beer would last a fair bit longer than a cask of British ale would last at UK serving temperatures. I don’t know what temperature the Keller are but if you can lager beer in them they must be pretty cold.