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Adding Sugar to Secondary to Create a Layer of CO2?
This might sound like an oddball question. But does it make sense to add a small amount of sugar to a beer (after fermenting appears to have stopped in the primary fementer), after transferring to a ...
Dec 6 '11 at 5:21
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