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Old 01-01-2012, 02:33 PM   #1
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I am about ready to bottle 6 US Gal of Muntons IPA Bitter. If I were to batch prime, How many ounces of dextrose should I use? The directions call for "A half teaspoon of sugar per pint". Since I'm not so hot on my conversions, I have no clue what that is. Given the style of beer, what is your opinion(amount in oz), for the proper carbonation of this 6 US gal batch?

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