Beer ABV ?

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    BeerBellyBrian New Member

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    So, I took a Belgian golden ale kit and made it into a blueberry for the summer. Before I put it into the secondary with the blueberries, it had an ABV of 9.25. Once I added it to the secondary with 6# blueberries (some pureed) and a little sugar, it really took off fermenting again for another week. I don't know what the final ABV is now, but it's seriously crazy I think. Is there any way to measure it now that it's bottled?
     
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    Theres fruit additions covered in fermentables in recipe builder , plug your ingredients in and it'll tell you
     
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    I'll look into that Thanks.
     

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