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JDengler

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I just bottled by first brew this afternoon an American Pale Ale. I was so excited to rack it from the fermenter I forgot to add the priming sugar to the bottling bucket. I added it to the top of the beer and stirred it a bit. Can anybody imagine that this would effect anything?
 

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Your beer is fine.

That being said, there is a slight risk of oxidation when you stir it. Not huge unless you really get in there good and stir the hell out of it.
 
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I just swung the racking wand round in there for a bit to get the sugar to equal out. Cool, thanks for the assurance.
 

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Your beer should be o.k. Hopefully the sugar was somewhat distributed evenly. Don't worry. It's almost hard to mess up beer if you were sanitary.
 
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