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Old 10-30-2013, 03:00 AM   #1
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Ready to bottle my first batch (Pumpkin Pie Ale) but needs to be cleared a little. Can I use this Super Kleer after I transfer beer to be bottled, stir, let it sit a couple hours then bottle? Or does it need to sit longer, as in days?

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I usually give my finings at least 48hrs. A lot of crap will drop out in a few hours, and you could probably go ahead and bottle. Although, if you are going to bother with finings, might as well let them do their thing.


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