What happens if you add sugar to the wart after it cools down?!

Question: What happens if you add sugar to the wart after it cools down?
I brewed up some beer (brewferms diablo malt extract kit to be exact), i added sugar, then let it cool down so i could pitch the yeast.. then i realized i only put about half the amount of sugar i should of wile it was still hot.. so i added the rest of the sugar.. after it cooled down. Did i totally screw up my batch of beer? What is going to happen?


You didn't screw it up, it'll just take the sugar longer to dissolve. Even if it doesn't dissolve initially, it will eventually as the yeast convert the already dissolved sugar into alcohol, lowering the concentration of dissolved sugar in the brew and increasing the diffusion potential of the sugar that hasn't dissolved.

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