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A shorthand form for "secondary fermentation" or "secondary fermentor." Having the beer "in secondary" implies the beer has been racked to a different fermentation vessel and is undergoing "secondary-fermentation."

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Brewing a Russian Imperial (E+G version of Austin Homebrew Supply's Jester King "Black Metal" clone) stout that seems to have stalled after transferring to secondary. I've corrected the most usual … secondary rack was cooled a little too much... autumn weather decided to make a late appearance.) Question: Is the problem solved by infinite patience or another yeast vial? Statistics: Yeast: 2x …
asked Nov 5 '13 by Grafton C.
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The primary function of secondary fermentation is clarification, not fermentation. (Unless you're fermenting something which requires a secondary fermentation addition, like a special yeast addition … or dry hopping.) I've found great success by making sure the fermenting wort gravity is within 2-4 points of expected final gravity before transfer to secondary. …
answered Jan 5 '14 by Grafton C.