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Old 04-21-2009, 03:01 PM   #1
May 2007
Basalt, CO
Posts: 211

So, my 09-09-09 was in primary for about 2 mos and secondary for about 5 mos. I'm assuming that all the yeast has dropped out of suspension and I will have to add yeast for bottling.

I have a packet of US-05 to use. What's proper procedure for introducing yeast back into the beer? BTW, I split the batch in two and half is normal and half is oaked. (2 x 3gal)
Lazy Eye Brewery
In Primary: Belgian Leviathan IIPA
In Secondary:Leviathan IIPA
Drinking:09-09-09 Barleywine

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Old 04-21-2009, 07:50 PM   #2
Nov 2008
Western Ia.
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Hydrate, then add at the same time as the priming sugar in bottling bucket.
Bottled: Kolsch, belgian Wit, Belgian dubbel, Edworts Haus Pale Ale
Seconday: We don't need no stinking Secondary
Primary: IPA

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