fruit puree- carbination

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DivingBiker87

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im adding a fruit puree to secondary will this affect the amount of priming sugar for carbination in bottles? if so is there a table or formula to use?
 

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You might kick off some additional fermentation, and I'd let that settle before you consider bottling. After that, you should be fine.
 

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let the secondary sit a month, because adding fermentable fruit puree will give you re-newed fermentation.

let it ferment out, and then you'd prime just like normal. Don't let it ferment out, and you run the risk of uneven carbonation, including exploding bottles.
 

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