DetailsThis Light Belgian Candi Sugar is refined from sugar beets and completely fermentable. Candi Sugar helps to maintain the high alcohol content of Belgian Ales without making them overly malty or sweet. Great for Tripels and lighter Belgian Ales.
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4.9 / 5.015 ReviewsAdds alcohol without changing the taste of the beerI first started using the Belgian sugar in my Tripels. Now I add some to other beers that are a little thick, to make them less chewy and to dry them out and add some kick.March 20, 2014Increase alcohol without affecting the flavorCandi Sugar shouldn't be limited to just Belgian beers, it's good for many beers. Add some to thin them out and add a little more alcohol. Any thick beer can benefit.January 13, 2014Nice SugarThis is very nice sugar that melts easily. I would recommend this if making a Belgian beer although it is a little pricey.December 12, 2013Trappist AlesMost of the Belgian ale brewers at the club use this sugar to jack up the alcohol and thin out the beer. I've used this and table sugar and prefer the Belgian Candi sugar.December 7, 2013This si what we use for our Belgian beersIt adds alcohol and thins the beer out so it;s not too chewy. I add it with 10 minutes left in the boil so its dissolved and sterilized.November 7, 2013Increase your ABV in big Belgian beersIts a simple and effective way to increase ABV in big Belgian beers. It will thin out the beer, but wont add flavor or color. It works better than table sugar too.August 29, 2013boost your ABV!This candied sugar is great for adding an extra bit of alcohol without adding additional sweetness, color, or maltiness as all the sugars are fermentable. I use this in all of my belgian ales and have even given a boost to a few other beers by adding it in the secondary fermentor. Great product and reasonable price!July 18, 2013Nice sugarThis is pretty standard Candi Sugar...in my mind is sure beats making it yourself! Dependable boost to any Belgain Ale.June 21, 2013Good qualityWorth the extra dollar, this is a must for Trappist Ale. It adds a nice gravity boost and doesn't taste cidery. I prefer it to table sugar.May 30, 2013You need it for Belgian AlesIf you like Belgian beers like Chimay, you need this to boost the alcohol. I've tried table sugar and this seems to work better for my beers. I add it at the end of the boil.April 19, 2013
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