So I primed my 4.5 gallon alt beer using the BrewBot app. It asked for beer temp, which for some reason I assumed was the temp the beer would be sitting at for the next three weeks (70F), not the temp it was at during the time of bottling (60F). Stupid. It's been a while since I've brewed. It told me to prime with 6.25 oz, which I did to the gram. Should be 4.12 oz. Of course afterwards I realized the issue. My thought now is over carbonated bottles of awesome beer! I want to submit this for competition because it turned out so well, but I don't want to submit a beer at 3.25 volumes when it should be in the mid 2s. I've seen threads talking about bottles already over carbonated, but I want to catch this before it even gets there. My thought is to first split up my beer into thirds. I'll leave one third as a control to carb up without intervention (maybe it will be okay). I'll uncap and recap two thirds after the first week of carbonating. Then on the second week I'll do this again for half of that last recapped batch (keeping up?). After its been completely carbed I'll determine the third with the best co2 volume. Any thoughts on this process? The one question would be how long to let them remain uncapped before recapping? Input is appreciated. Thanks.