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Adding strawberries to half of a batch - too much oxidation in carboy?
I am currently fermenting a blonde ale, and I was thinking of adding strawberries after primary fermentation. However I don't want a full batch of stawberry ale, so I plan to rack only half of the 5 ...
Apr 16 '12 at 20:43
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