A barrel for fermenting raw wort into beer.
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- 30 + 10
The fermenting barrel is used to turn wort into beer. The ratio is 1 wort to 1 beer. Each barrel can hold 25 wort at a time. The fermenting process takes approximately 10 days, during which the temperature must be maintained between 7°C and 30°C. Haulers fill barrels with wort, but only when the temperature is correct. If the temperature rises above 30°C, the wort will become spoiled and no beer is made. If the temperature falls below 7°C the fermenting process is paused and will resume when the temperature is corrected.
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