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Carbonation refers to dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2) in beer, wine or soda. The container holding the liquid is held under pressure like in a keg or bottle. When the pressure is reduced, the carbon dioxide is released from the beverage as small bubbles.

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I had a similar issue with an Imperial IPA I made this past summer. It was high gravity and was not carbonating in the bottles. I had waited some time for it to carb up and it just wasn't doing it, …
answered Dec 6 '11 by Bob M.
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dry hop residue to settle. I wonder if this made too much of the yeast settle out, affecting the carbonation now. I have some dry yeast on hand. Is it appropriate to open the bottles add a few …
asked Jul 12 '11 by Bob M.
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bag reduce the amount of yeast in the beer I am bottling, preventing carbonation in the bottle? Or is the standard muslin bag coarse enough to let sufficient amounts of yeast through? Thanks in …
asked Mar 27 '11 by Bob M.