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Old 07-16-2008, 09:34 PM   #11
Magooio
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Sorry to dig this thread up again.

I've just bottled it. This is the process I used:

1. Mixed priming sugar with a little boiling water, and put in a clean fermenting bucket.

2. Syphoned the beer out of first fermenting bucket, into the bucket with sugar in.

3. Syphoned the beer and sugar mix into bottles, then capped.

One thing I wasn't sure about (probably a very stupid question!)...

At the bottom of the primary fermenting bucket was a load of white/greyish sedimet. I left this as it was in the first bucket, should I have mixed it into the bottling bucket? or did I do the right thing?


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