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comment Sour beer, lambic, et cetera
Upvote on the answer, but good God, you have to add Lost Abbey to that list! :-)
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comment Bottling Blended Sours
I think I would prefer to bottle-condition/naturally carb this beer, but if it turns out that force-carbing is the best way to produce a consistent carb level and beer that is still ages well, I will likely force carb it.
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comment Bottling Blended Sours
@ tobias, yes. I am inferring from your question that if I do blend, I should not bottle immediately? Ie wait for the bugs in the older sour to attack the complex carbs in the younger beer? @ Graham, the reason is that there are likely still dissolved wild yeast/bugs in the older beer that would not only attack priming sugar but also the residual dextrins/complex carbs in the young beer and create bottle bombs.
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comment Bottling Blended Sours
so you could theoretically just do this in a keg as well and fill with a beer gun/bottling wand and picnic hose?
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