Terms & Lingo

Secondary Fermentation

1. The second, slower stage of fermentation for top fermenting beers, and lasting from a few weeks to many months, depending on the type of beer.
2. A renewed fermentation in bottles or casks and initiated by priming or by adding fresh yeast.

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