All great advice. I keep the Roaster indoors, so there is no worry about staying in cold. If I did, I would look at getting some blankets to keep the roaster covered and not getting the brittle cold. I hope to have some venting added in the garage for exhausting the smoke, chaff. And get a nice space heater. Or look for a possible over the stove vents that might be worth investing in.
Next time I will use your search suggestion in Roastime.
I know that when roasting with most beans, 192 degrees Celsius is first crack, I get it there and watch the beans development stage and try slowing the roast down about that time. Once I hit that temp, I have to be careful because the temp usually climbs fast and I have to keep from hitting that 203 degrees, as it starts beeping and throws an error. Also, I don’t want the beans to go to dark. What I have had help, is opening the bean plug, can help cool the roaster to where it will start dropping temps, extending the roast.
Everyone have a great new year.