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Old 03-03-2012, 01:58 AM   #31
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it's probably done. you can bottle it as is and the slight co2 will probably not be an issue or you can let it age another week and the co2 will not be an issue for sure
Hey Daze
I bottled the apfelwein about 5 days ago and so far so good, no bottle bombs. Opened a bottle tonight and it's great, I do have another question, is it normal to have a very very small amount of sediment at the bottom? It's very minimal, I think I'm the only person that noticed it. Thanks


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Old 03-03-2012, 03:00 AM   #32
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yes and no. If you let it bulk age longer then you will have less sediment in the bottles.
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