Originally Posted by Multifaceted
You're right... that sounds like safe approach. Is it safe to assume that if the description on AHS says to add during bottling or kegging then it probably doesn't have any fermentable sugars? If it does, I'd imagine that could be trouble if adding along with the priming sugar.
I may need contact AHS and confirm this.
I would be very surprised if it had any additional fermentables in it. **Quick Google search says no sugar in vanilla extract powder, but that does differ from vanilla sugar (Obviously
I typically give a gentle stir to my bottling bucket even after racking onto the priming sugar just to make sure it's mixed well, so you could do the same while testing your flavoring levels. Just make sure to keep things sanitary and it should be fine.
Bottled: All Hallow's Eve Pumpkin Ale
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2013 Previous: Sunrise Honey Rye Pale Ale, Dark Skies Black IPA, Sunset Orange Kolsch, All Hallow's Eve Pumpkin Ale, Maple Vanilla Brown Ale, Raining Hops and Dogs IPA, Starry Night Vanilla Bourbon Porter
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