It might be a newbie question but is there a danger period after bottling and priming that to much pressure can occure causing bottle bombs.
I tried home brewing years ago when I was in the Army up in Townsville. I followd the instructions and most of the bottles exploded. I put it down to the tropical heat and gave up on it.
Now I live in a lot further south where tropical heat is not a problem. I have been given a new kit and am giving it a go again with some success. I have made 5 brews with no issues.
I am using the PET bottles now and carb drops which seem a lot safer however an thinking of putting some beer into glass stubbies. I am also storing the bottles in an old esky to keep the tempature regular and contain any mess if a bottle does explode.
Anyway back to original question, if the bottles are going to expolde will it happen in the first two weeks or can it happen at any time?