So, on my 6th batch of beer (3rd partial mash) I made my first major dumbass homebrew mistake: I forgot to add the priming sugar to my bottling bucket. Doh (I am going to kegs as soon as I can afford it)! But, fortunately I bottled the whole batch in recycled Grolsch swing-top bottles so I can go back and easily drop in some Coopers carbonation drops and reseal.
I have never used carbonation drops before and they are designed for 12 oz bottles. Grolsch are 15.2 oz, a 3-oz. difference. Would one drop be enough for each bottle, or should I try my best to divide the Coopers tabs into quarters and then put 1 and one-quarter tab into each bottle? I know this sounds like a pain in the ass, but what am I gonna do.
Anyone know generally what volume of carbonation the drops provide? If for instance, they carb to a relatively high volume per 12 oz bottle, maybe they will just be a little on the low side in a 15.2 oz bottle, but still sufficient?
Thanks for any advice.