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Will there still be yeast leftover for second fermentation after filtration?
I want to filter my beer then put it in the bottles for the second fermentation (aka making the beer fizz). I am worried that I will get rid of all the yeast and end up with flat beer.
Jan 17 '11 at 17:26
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