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Old 01-19-2013, 01:13 PM   #1
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Default Carbonation when you want it

My first couple of batches didn't carbonate well and I decided to see if I couldn't keep from wasting it. Came up with:

I'm sure this isn't new to Y'all but I found another use for it.

I have a barleywine fermenting, currently 1.030. I tasted the hydro sample and it's quite good albeit a little sweet. I wondered what it would taste like if fermentation stalled at this gravity and the bulb went off in my head.

I'll just carbonate the sample to see. Poured into a plastic bottle, hit it with CO2 and it's now in my refer growing bubbles. Cool, Eh?

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