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Sugar before bottle

They are shooting for a bottle conditioned beer which means the beer ferments a little bit in the bottle, trapping the co2 and carbonating the beer "naturally". I doubt they are putting sugar directly ...
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Alternative corks vs natural corks. What is the difference?

Let's start with what are Nomex corks and what are natural corks. Nomex is a registered trademark for flame-resistant meta-aramid material developed in the early 1960s by DuPont and first marketed ...
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Should I get beer in bottles or in cans?

I'd strongly dissuade anyone from ever drinking anything from an aluminum can, not just beer. As mentioned by LessPop_MoreFizz, beer cans are lined with a compound that attempts to prevent contact ...
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Sugar before bottle

Fermantation and CO2 Long story short, yeast consumes sugar and produces alcohol and CO2. During primary fermentation all the CO2 is released into the air (unless you ferment under pressure which I ...
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Cling labels for beer bottles

I think they would not make a good candidate for beer or wine bottles if you want to subject them to moisture or cold Static Cling Labels Static Clings are usually made of a flexible vinyl or ...
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muscadine wine fermenting

If the aerator top is still working, meaning that no air has gotten to the wine, you should still be able to bottle it. The best way to know is to taste it. If it tastes right, you should be fine.
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