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Old 11-08-2008, 03:50 PM   #1
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Default Priming sugar amounts for kegging 1/3 batch

I've got 4 gallons of holiday ale I'm going to bottle/mini-keg today but I need some clarification. I want to put 1.3 gal. of it in a mini-keg and bottle the remaining ~2.7 gal. How can I calculate the amount of priming sugar to use? I know i'm supposed to use less for the keg but I am unclear on the amount. Any help is greatly appreciated!


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One ounce sugar per gallon for bottling, 1/2 ounce sugar per gallon for kegging is the "standard".
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