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Old 09-17-2012, 05:35 PM   #1
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So I brewed a mulberry wine from a recipe but I never filtered out the pulp. I was supposed to top up with water to one gallon but I ended up with more then one gallon. I had a couple cups more then a gallon that I did top up with water and it turned out great. My question now is can I add water at this point (after ferm) or should I add water and use more yeast to ferment it more? I used red star baking yeast. Which yo my knowledge does not have a very high alcohol tolerance. Any ideas?

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Old 09-18-2012, 12:55 AM   #2
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So I brewed a mulberry wine from a recipe but I never filtered out the pulp. I was supposed to top up with water to one gallon but I ended up with more then one gallon. I had a couple cups more then a gallon that I did top up with water and it turned out great. My question now is can I add water at this point (after ferm) or should I add water and use more yeast to ferment it more? I used red star baking yeast. Which yo my knowledge does not have a very high alcohol tolerance. Any ideas?
If it needs some water added to it to taste like you want it to, adding water is fine.
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