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  1. Aug 15, 2019 at 11:51 PM #1

    dralarms

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    1469E0BD-FBE9-4B3E-8F16-520CA5A49328.jpeg I’ve got a carboy of joam that I added stage one in, after a couple hours it looks like this

    My question is should I skip stage 2? Usually if I add the second stage when it looks like this then it gets cloudy and takes forever to clear.

    Are there any repercussions by not using stage 2?
     
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    if it is really clear and tastes fine full speed ahead.
     
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    That’s what I thought as well, but my brother seems to think I’m screwing up if I don’t use the second stage.
     

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