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Old 03-19-2013, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default where can i find apparent attenuation of muntons dark DME

i have been looking everywhere on the net, even on the muntons website and i cant find a list of apparent attenuation for their products. i am bottle carbing and all i have is powdered DME. the carb calculators need an accurate value if this is going to be right.
can anyone help me out please

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apparent attenuation is a yeast statistic from the producer of the yeast. tells you how much of the sugar the yeast will attenuate to alcohol. Normally a percentage range like 75 to 80. If your using the DME for priming sugar use this:

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