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Old 10-28-2013, 06:37 AM   #1
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Default Anybody tried Rapunzel Sugar for priming?

I've used Rapunzel brand sugar from amazon for awhile at home in my coffees, occasionally in certain teas, and all sorts of foods. It has a very unique rich taste and I've always wondered how that flavor would fair if used when bottling beer.

Has anybody tried using this brand of sugar for priming solution when bottling? If so, was it sufficient for carbonation, and did it affect the flavor much?

Many thanks!

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