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dietz_james

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I just finished bottling a chocolate peanut butter beer from Midwest that my brother got me. As I was cleaning my equipment I got to thinking about peanut allergies and was wondering if there was anything special I needed to do to clean my plastic primary and glass secondary carboy to make sure I don't have to worry about someone having an allergic reaction to my future beers due to an earlier batch containing peanut butter powder.

Any suggestions?
 

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Giant warning labels!

The beer may have been fermented in containers shared by nuts, peanuts, wheat ...
etc.
 
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For those interested, this was Midwest's reply.

Thank you for contacting us.

When you clean them, be sure to use the same sanitizer. There should be no residual peanut oil, but that will help ensure there is nothing left behind.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Cheers
 
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