I haven't made the push to kegging yet, rather like bottling and the ease I can move my bottles around to friends parties (that is, if I bottle a beer I would like to tout around and show off...)
Issue: Past two brews I have bottled have not carbonated. I have one that has been sitting in bottle for about a week, at what should be a steady 63-65 degrees, and popped it open today to test carbonation. I got that wonderful 'FSHHH' sound when I popped the cap off, but the bottle itself is practically flat.
Priming sugar was right on point, even used the beermaster calc to make sure I was using the right amount. I know it might be a little early with this batch, but it seems like it should be carbbed up by now! Also, I didn't cold crash or anything. This brew was in primary for about a week, secondary for about a week, and then bottled up. Steady temps throughout brewing. OG was spot on, so I know the yeast did it's job.
Any idea what I am missing here?