Originally Posted by EndlessPurple
For my primary I had 15.5 lbs honey with 4 gal water. The OG was 1.102 and FG at racking ended up at 1.026. Will the gravity continue to drop in the secondaries a little more?
Unfortunately you will have to tell us! It all depends on the yeast, and where you really were in fermentation when you transferred. If you were at FG (stable readings for a week or more, and starting to clear) you should stay where you were. If you weren't at FG, you could drop further, and regardless you could see some fermentation restart slightly in the batches with fruit, since you did add some additional fermentable sugar. You may even see a small change in the fruit batches from dilution as well as from any additional fermentation.
Packaged: Simple Cyser '14 (Nelson Sauvin Dry Hopped!), Spiced Cider, Spur of the Moment Graff
Primary: Falconer's Flight "SMaSH," Simple Cyser '15
Secondary: Why do I keep this line here...?
Bulk Aging: Cocobochet, Wild Cider (2014 & 2015)
Planned: Fruitcake Old Ale. Otherwise, so many ideas, not enough time to brew them....