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Old 06-09-2010, 05:09 PM   #1
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Default Good idea or more likely to cause spoilage?

I open ferment my soda for 24 hours in a bucket before transferring to bottles for carbonation. I usually do this using my beer racking technique -- with those tube things. I'm a particularly lazy fellow though and I was thinking I could just use a funnel and pour it straight into the bottle. This would however cause a great deal of splash and would add oxygen to my soda. I was wondering if this was not a good idea at this stage -- just like it isn't for beer when transferring to bottles. The difference is that the soda has only been there 24 hours and not weeks so maybe it would be actually beneficial at this stage?

What do you think? Is this a good idea or more likely to cause spoilage?


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