I bottled my IPA last night (second batch), and I realized afterward that I didn't adjust my priming sugar to account for my smaller batch size. Doh! Due to some losses when racking and hop absorption, etc. I only ended up bottling about 4 gallons, and I used 4.7 ounces of priming sugar. Judging from my last batch, I think I should have used 4 ounces at the most (1 oz per gallon).
Do you think this will be way over-carbed, or just a little? Should I do anything crazy like remove the caps to release some pressure, and then re-cap? Or should I just try one each day as 2 weeks approaches and move them all to fridge to stop the carbing when the level is good?
I guess next time I should figure out a way to get a good measure of the number of gallons I will be bottling, before I weigh out the priming sugar...it's kinda hard to judge from my carboy.