Check this link out, you have to input the volume of beer, the temp the beer will be stored, the level, or volume of carbonation your type of beer requires. At the bottom of page you will notice it gives you suggestions for the carbonation levels based on style. This should help for the future, I'm not sure what's to tell you to do now, but I would likely open them up, put come fizz drops in, and re-cap them.
" life is like a case of beer, you must enjoy it every day"
- ToastedBlonde Ale in Bottles
- Zesty Pale Ale in primary #1
- Belma 60 IPA in primary #2
- Belgian Wheat IPA in primary #3
- White IPA on deck
- ESB on deck
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