Originally Posted by edgee
I have to admit, I have only made 2 batches of lager and 1 of pear cider, all from kits.. They all say add sugar to the bottles but don't say in which order..
Doesn't sediment get disturbed by adding sugar to the FV and mixing?
That's what bottling buckets are for. If you don't have a bottling bucket, you need to use carbonating tablets.
Here's what most do: boil a small amount of water and dissolve priming sugar. No need to cool since it's such a small amount, so pour directly into the bottling bucket, and rack beer into the bucket. Stir slightly to ensure uniform distribution, and bottle.
If you don't have a bottling bucket, get one. I've never seen a legitimate argument against using them, and they're cheap.
Originally Posted by Homercidal
Brewing is like sex. It's great with the right people, but always good by yourself. And less chance of infection.
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