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Does adding extra sugar to dark ales (e.g. stouts) better their flavour?
I've heard anecdotal accounts of people adding extra sugar (more than the recommended amounts) to their secondary fermentation when brewing dark ales such as stouts and porters. Apparently this can be ...
May 4 '12 at 10:29
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