Here at Northern Brewer World Headquarters in Roseville, MN it was about -9F one morning this week with a wind chill of -32F. The high for the day was only 3F, still in negatives with wind chill. So I thought to myself. I wonder how long it would take homebrew to freeze -- or least get seriously slushy -- on a day like this. Here's what I found out. Cheers! Chip Walton NB/BTV Video Project Manager
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