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Old 11-03-2013, 04:01 AM   #41
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I scaled the original post down to one gallon and started it today. OG was 1.060 and the molasses turned this very dark. I'm looking forward to this one. I used a yeast pack from a Brooklyn Brewer Everyday IPA kit.
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Old 07-27-2014, 04:20 PM   #42
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If potassium sorbate kills the yeast, how would you get carbonation?
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If potassium sorbate kills the yeast, how would you get carbonation?
I'm guessing if you are bottling you would not want to use the potassium sorbate. I think for us bottlers, the best way to go would be to add the brown sugar into the bottling bucket, bottle, test a bottle every day til primed, then pasteurize. This should back sweeten I'm assuming because there would be more than enough brown sugar for carbonation and pasteurizing would keep the sugar still in the cider giving a sweeter overall taste.
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If potassium sorbate kills the yeast, how would you get carbonation?
just realized this was a year ago, I hope you had figured it out by now!
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