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Old 01-28-2014, 11:58 AM   #11
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I'm too new to Brett beers to give advice. But this whole thing is really cool!

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if you've still got active brett in there, it will carb the bottle. it just might take some time, like a month or two. if you want to drink faster, or you're not positive that there is active brett, add a very small amount of wine/champagne yeast at bottling.

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Drinking: citra saison
Fermenting: a hop-bursted APA w/ Conan, a citra farmhouse with ECY08 & brett blend.
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Up next: either an imperial stout or something to use up my homegrown hops... TBD.
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