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Old 10-05-2013, 06:06 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by kaz4121 View Post
Likewise I've read (and I wish i can remember where) that as long as the beer is below 1.006 you are good to go with Brett at bottling. I think it was on the Mad Fementationists blog..
what if the beer isn't done and ends up at 1.000? 6 points = 3 vols of additional carboantion, added to whatever you prime to... can make for some high levels of carbonation.

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