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Old 04-11-2013, 10:08 PM   #1
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Hi All-

I just brewed up and IPA and was bottling last night when I realized I hadn't added the priming sugar to the bottling bucket. Like an idiot, I added the sugar water and then stirred with a WHISK! I don't know what I was thinking (this is about my 10th brew)...

...anyways my question is, I'm certain that I added oxygen to the bottles which are all capped, how long does it take before noticing off-flavors like cardboard? Am I safe because it is an IPA and I won't be storing it for very long but drinking it up quick or do the off-flavors develop pretty quickly?

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Old 04-11-2013, 10:14 PM   #2
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How vigorously did u stir? As long as u didn't go crazy, like u were trying to make whipped cream, u should be fine.

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I can't say I stirred it slowly... Anyone know how long something like this would take to develop off-flavors?

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I think it would be noticeable by the time they carb. Probably fine unless you went crazy on it.

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Thanks for the replies guys

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