Corn sugar and table sugar (sucrose) are cheap fermentable sugars that product alcohol without leaving the cloying residual sweetness of malt extract. Adding a small amount (no more than 10% of total fermentables) will increase alcohol content with minimal impact on taste. Their use in quantities of 30-40% will produce a beer with a considerably lighter body than one brewed stickily with malt sugars (think American light lagers). Any canned kits, and the body of the beer they produce, can be improved upon greatly by substituting the corn sugar with malt extract, either dried or liquid. Size: 5 oz.
Bottling Beer: Use 3/4 cup of corn sugar (priming sugar).
Mini Keg: Use 1/3 cup of corn sugar (priming sugar).
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I always use priming sugars to prime my kegs while I have my keezer full. Gets it to the pressure I need with no residue. Always a great product.
I used this in a 5 gallon batch of chocolate porter, it came out great with decent carbonation.
I left my batch to carbonate in bottles for 3 weeks and it seemed on point.
Worked great rest to use
This priming sugar works great for 5 to 6 gallon batchs