Originally Posted by Mishkin
I'm worried about this too. I put finings in with the secondary so when my beer was ready to bottle it was crystal clear. then after a week in the bottle I tried one and there was hardly any carbonation at all. Maybe I just havent left it for long enough but I'm worried that my whole batch will be undercarbonated.
As long as you put enough sugar in there and they're stored at proper temperatures, the yeast will eat and multiply until all the sugar is gone.
I put my finings in during the boil, I've never had a problem with carbonation.
Maybe you need to rethink your bottling method.