DetailsCorn 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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4.9 / 5.052 ReviewsApril 27, 2019Purchased
1 month agoPure alcoholGreat little "Bathtub Gin"February 18, 2019Purchased
4 months agoFebruary 10, 2019Purchased
4 months agoAdding corn sugarI add 1 cup of corn sugar to simply beer stout-it makes it a little sweeter to taste.January 30, 2019Purchased
4 months agoGoodIt’s straight corn sugar. Does what it’s intended to doDecember 24, 2018Purchased
6 months agoIt does the jobI use it for bottle fermentation, and it does the trick!March 3, 2018Purchased
1 year agoIts corn sugarWorks like any other corn sugarJanuary 5, 2016December 31, 2015December 31, 2015
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