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Old 02-22-2012, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default Adding Sucrose to Milk/Sweet Stout Post Fermentation

I have brewed a milk stout, but I want it to be sweeter. The milk stout has finished fermenting but has not yet been bottled. Can I add sucrose post fermentation? Would residual yeasts ferment said sucrose and negate the sweetness? how much sucrose should I add? Is there another kind of sugar I should consider using?


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the sucrose would get fermented. you can try lactose or malto-dextrine as both are unfermentable
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