I am relatively new to brewing and have decided to use 22oz bottles for my next batch. I figure it will be easier all around. I dont mind have to drink a 22oz every time either. I was wondering if how long it will take to carbonate in the bottle is affected by what size bottle I use?
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In college we bottled in 40's and twisted the caps back on those badboys...
I like 22's as well, I find they carbonate faster as long as you don;t leave too much head space.
leave the same abmount you would for a 12, NOT double
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