Alright so I'm extremely new to home brewing and just finished my first batch on my own. I brewed a pale ale and went with bottling on my first go. It's been a bit over a week since I bottled them and I've found that my carbonation between bottles is terribly inconsistent. Some are WAY over carbonated(as in you crack a bottle and it erupts with foam for several minutes) and others are nearly flat. I used two separate types of bottles, long necks and stubbies, and found the long necks to be over carbonated and stubbies are flat. My only theories are that I left different amounts of air in the different bottle types or possibly the end of my bottling batch got the majority of the priming sugar. The long necks were used at the end. Does anyone have any thoughts on what could cause the inconsistency??