Quote Originally Posted by Kirk Keyes View Post
Pat - have you thought about trying an "accellerated" aging test? Perhaps you could store some of your aging test solutions out in the barn under the chick coop heater or in the egg incubator so they get stored at about 120F or so. You could probably see how they would age in a years worth of time in only acouple of months.
Don't have a barn. Three horses, 3 goats and a gaggle of chickens. There is a henhouse, but the chickens are their own incubators. We have a bountiful sufficiency of large eggs.

I have a brisker oven that keeps about 104 F that I use to keep some solutions in glycerine fluid enough to measure. I'll but a batch in there and see how it does when I remember where I put it.