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Sounds cool, but I typically prefer to have better control over each of the individual ingredients in a recipe (i.e., I'd rather adjust the sugar and flavor components separately). But by all means, keep us posted if you try it out.
I'm skeptical, but I highly support you being the guinea pig for all of us!
Never done anything besides drink beer.
Searched a few phrases here, but seems most of you guys are way more advanced.
Where is square 1 for learning to brew beer? (the right way)
I'm an IPA guy for sure.
Thanks for your time and input.
http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/how-to-brew/beginner/how-to-make-beer/ .... some of the best info around.
So I meant advice lol not divorce lol. Phone auto corrected. I was going to bottle mine. So do I add priming sugar or just bottle it when it hits 1.000 and let it go. Also for bottling do I have to factor any back sweeteners in as well.
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you can't bottle condition AND backsweeten. you can backsweeten, stabilize, carb in a keg and then bottle. or you can bottle condition and get dry cider. any sugar you add will be eaten by the yeast until it's gone.