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Old 01-16-2013, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default aging in a bottling bucket?

I have a batch of still hard cider in my primary right now and im about to add super kleer to it so there should be very little sediment after i rack to my bucket. More or less I'd like to be able to fill a 6 pack at a time and not have to bottle all at once. Would there be any problems with doing this in a cider that doesnt have a lot of sediment forming at the bottom of my bucket?


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