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Old 11-19-2012, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default What to use for priming a belgian wheat beer?

I am currently brewing a Hoegarden clone, and was wondering what is the best mixture for priming it prior to bottling. Previously I just used a couple of dextrose tablets in each bottle (this was my first ever attempt at brewing), and while this worked, I was wanting to do something a little more authentic.

The brew is currently in the primary, and is at 5 gallons. Can anyone recommend a suitable recipe for priming the whole batch with (as opposed to individual bottles)" Hopefully I've made sense!

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