I've made several successful batches of IPA which I have been happily kegging each time. The recipe I've been following assumes a bottling method, and calls for adding 4.5 oz of a dextrose simple syrup to the secondary just prior to bottling.
Since I've been kegging, I have followed the recipe, but it seems since I am force carbonating about a week before drinking, that the dextrose is unnecessary. The local brewshop tells me it's still a good idea, however, for final scrubbing of the beer.
Any opinions whether or not the dextrose is good/bad/indifferent for a keg situation? Thanks.