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Old 06-19-2011, 08:05 PM   #1
Jan 2011
Fort Collins, Colorado
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I have two carboys with an imperial pilsner/wheat/pale and used an american ale yeast in one and a belgium yeast in the other. They have been cooking around 65* for 6 days and have slowed a lot by now. I am making them for an occasion on the 30th of june and really want to have good carbonation. I have some yeast nutrient from a batch of mead recently and am wondering;

If I add a little of the nutrient while racking then bottle in a few days will that help add carbonation in the bottle? Would it be better to add it at bottling? Or just skip it?

Thanks for reading the question,

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Old 06-19-2011, 09:54 PM   #2
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Buy beer for your event, your brew will not be ready by then. Even if carbed, it will be a green beer.

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