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I wouldn't recommend using champagne yeast in beer. It will dry it out completely and will not taste very good. I'm talking a finally gravity of 0.09699. Yuck. It will also scrub a lot of the flavor from the beer.

If you did want to do it you would need champagne bottles, corks, a corker, and wire cages.

you could add a tiny bit more sugar to your bottles, but I would reccomend against it. Bottle bombs aren't just messy, they could seriously injure you.

I wouldn't recommend using champagne yeast in beer. It will dry it out completely and will not taste very good. I'm talking a finally gravity of 0.096. Yuck. It will also scrub a lot of the flavor from the beer.

If you did want to do it you would need champagne bottles, corks, a corker, and wire cages.

you could add a tiny bit more sugar to your bottles, but I would reccomend against it. Bottle bombs aren't just messy, they could seriously injure you.

I wouldn't recommend using champagne yeast in beer. It will dry it out completely and will not taste very good. I'm talking a finally gravity of 0.99. Yuck. It will also scrub a lot of the flavor from the beer.

If you did want to do it you would need champagne bottles, corks, a corker, and wire cages.

you could add a tiny bit more sugar to your bottles, but I would reccomend against it. Bottle bombs aren't just messy, they could seriously injure you.

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I wouldn't recommend using champagne yeast in beer. It will dry it out completely and will not taste very good. I'm talking a finally gravity of 0.096. Yuck. It will also scrub a lot of the flavor from the beer.

If you did want to do it you would need champagne bottles, corks, a corker, and wire cages.

you could add a tiny bit more sugar to your bottles, but I would reccomend against it. Bottle bombs aren't just messy, they could seriously injure you.