Better to boil some water, dissolve the sugar into it and then let it cool to the beer temp. I don't think you'll get good results boiling the sugar itself. I mean to do this everytime, but I have forgotten the last few times and dump the sugar straight into the bottling bucket. Give it a gentle stir with your mash paddle to get it mixed up and you're good to go. No problems yet.
Primary: Tri-Peppered Saison
Bottled: Gin and Tonic IPA
Kegs: Dark Skies Black IPA Redux, Gin and Tonic IPA
2013 Previous: Sunrise Honey Rye Pale Ale, Dark Skies Black IPA, Sunset Orange Kolsch, All Hallow's Eve Pumpkin Ale, Raining Hops and Dogs IPA
Dark Skies Black IPA - 2nd Place at a local comp. Score of 39 from a BJCP judge
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