First of all I want to say thanks to everyone here in this forum. I am new to Homebrewing.
I have my 3rd brew in the primary fermenter right now. This is also my first post in the forum. I would have posted earlier, but I did not need to because all I had to do was perform a search and my answer was right there.
My question deals with carbonation levels. First of all, I am a extract brewer using bottles. My first two brews were bottled in a combination of 12oz bottles, and 16 oz flip-tops. I used 3/4 cup of corn sugar, added to my bottling bucket, then bottled from there. After conditioning for 2 weeks, I sampled the brews and they were good. The only thing that seemed odd was that the smaller 12 oz bottles seemed to be more carbonated than the 16 oz flip-tops. Would the size of the bottle make the carbonation levels different between the two?
By the way my first brew was a Weizenbock extract kit from The Homebrewery (Very good brew), my second was an American Cream Ale from Brewers Best with some vanilla extract added (conditioning week one), my third (brewed yesterday) is a Fat Tire clone (tastes yummy so far) and my next brew, which I have ordered the ingredients for is Cheesefood's Vanilla Cream Ale.