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Should I Condition a Weizenbock?

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Brian Trivitt • Springfield, Missouri  asks,
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I brewed a weizenbock with an OG of 1.070 and transferred it into secondary conditioning where it has been ever since at room temperature. I plan to keg it soon, but I was wondering, should cold I condition it first? For hefeweizens and weizenbocks, a certain amount of yeast left in suspension is desirable for the style, right? Finally, is there anything else I need to consider before kegging it, as I know hefeweizens and weizenbocks are generally bottle conditioned.

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I brewed a weizenbock with an OG of 1.070 and transferred it into secondary conditioning where it has been ever since at room temperature. I plan to keg it soon, but I was wondering, should I cold condition it first
Response by Ashton Lewis.