I’m brewing a Belgian tripel, starting from a nice and cold 63F, and intend to ramp to get full attenuation. I set a ramp of temps to bring to 75F after 14 days. But I’m expecting the yeast to kick strong upfront, getting me a good chunk of the way. I want to let the yeast control the beer temp, or at least not crimp their style with unneeded chilling. To achieve this, I have disabled the cooling function entirely by removing the cooling function in device configuration, leaving only the heater enabled.
It would be a nice feature to be able to set this in the beer profile, rather than go to the hardware settings to disable the cooling. Not sure where in the forum this would be best posted. I think the ideal would be to be able to set a range of temps during certain periods of the ferment (cool if out of bounds), then after X days to add Y degrees from last recorded temp (or ramp to Y absolute as final) for the next Z days and hold. Essentially making dynamic temp profiles, rather than 100% locked in temps.