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Old 02-18-2013, 03:16 PM   #11
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But doesn't wine yeast only ferment simple sugars, or am I getting mixed up?
It can handle maltose as well. Wine yeast typically though only handles simple sugars as its workload, so that's a common misconception. I always keep a pack of champagne and/or K1V in my fridge for sticking problems.


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Thanks for the update. Don't be surprised if the bottles take a little longer to prime up given the high alcohol.

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