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Old 06-27-2012, 05:43 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Shawn_John View Post
Not on topic, sorry. I have a watermelon wheat for an upcoming party in a corny with pressure. I tasted it today and it is sweet ( as in too much watermelon), I undershot my final volume and added too much wah wah. How can I save it? What should I add to make it less sweet? Lime, lactic ( scary), hops....? It's not bad, just not enough beer, BTW it does have co2 in solution, so maybe warm it up let it ferment a bit? Add co2 before the 4th?
Im not a pro but i would let it ferment out a lil bit. that should lessen the sweetness

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