I was going to rack my beer from the glass carboy to bottles last night after secondary fermentation. This was an IPA so I was dry hopping. The auto-siphon couldn't pull the beer out after much time because the hops got stuck in the siphon. Next time, definitely going to use a bag to hold them, but too late for that now. Anyway...
So we made the decision to pour the beer into our bucket to seperate the hops from the beer and let the yeast settle out before trying to bottle again.
Here's my question, we already added the priming sugar to the bucket, in anticipation of bottling that night, but obviously we didn't do that. Are we going to need to add more sugar before bottling, because I assume the beer is going to start converting it to co2 already.
Thanks for your help!!