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Old 10-13-2013, 02:04 PM   #11
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Thanks for the advice. Since it didn't seem to go anywhere with the Cotes de blanc, I added Premier Cuvee yesterday and it's bubbling away. I hope I can get it down to 1.020 and then I will strain it to the secondary. If I need to top it off would you suggest an apple cider or something with apple flavor??


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Thanks for the advice. Since it didn't seem to go anywhere with the Cotes de blanc, I added Premier Cuvee yesterday and it's bubbling away. I hope I can get it down to 1.020 and then I will strain it to the secondary. If I need to top it off would you suggest an apple cider or something with apple flavor??
Yup, you should/can taste it to see how its coming along, but those would be good "flavoring" options.
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