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Old 01-27-2012, 06:57 PM   #1
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The store didn't have cran-raspberry as I wanted. So I got apple raspberry and cranberry. Will I be safe to add half of each to the bottle bucket??? Any need In boiling the juice since it has been frozen for a long time?

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Old 01-27-2012, 10:17 PM   #2
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The store didn't have cran-raspberry as I wanted. So I got apple raspberry and cranberry. Will I be safe to add half of each to the bottle bucket??? Any need In boiling the juice since it has been frozen for a long time?
Thaw it completely to room temperature. Don't boil.

How many gallons are you planning on backsweetening with 12 - 24 ounces of concentrate?
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how much sugar is in the concentrate?? look at the nutrition info on the cans and multiply the grams per serving by the servings per container.

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I just did half and half so it should be enough. Hopefully no bombs.

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I use a can of concentrate per 5 gallon carboy to prime. Carbonation comes out light and crisp but next batch ill double this amount for more.

28 grams is equal to roughly an ounce. Usually there are 6 earnings in a frozen can of concentrate and 26-30 grams of sugar per serving so about 3/4 cup of priming sugar is equal to one frozen can of concentrate.

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