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Frozen Test


#1

Got some Test E in yesterday and I'm a little concerned. There were 5 - 20ml vials in a vacuum sealed pack, and only ONE of the vials froze (the one in the middle).

I was half expecting all of them to freeze, as they took about a week to get here because of the snow storm, so I assume they were sitting somewhere in the cold for a while.

But why would only one of them freeze? Do you guys have any ideas? I've never had to freeze test before, and I'm not at all educated on the brewing process, but I've dealt with this UGL a dozen times and they've always been on point.

Sorry if this is a stupid post, but this shit has been bothering me all day.


#2

Maybe they actually all froze, and then were someplace warmer and started thawing. The one in the middle might’ve just been the last one to thaw.


#3

[quote]Friedman wrote:
Maybe they actually all froze, and then were someplace warmer and started thawing. The one in the middle might’ve just been the last one to thaw.
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BINGO. Even an UGL will have a batch# on them. This is probably the case as long as they are all from the same batch.


#4

[quote]Friedman wrote:
Maybe they actually all froze, and then were someplace warmer and started thawing. The one in the middle might’ve just been the last one to thaw.
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Thanks for the response.

But the middle one I still have to reconstitute. It’s still in crystal form.


#5

You dont recon it you just heat it up