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cheezydemon

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Wierd. I was cursing EVAN! for telling me to bottle this stuff, but I guess I need to thank him.

It carbed up in 3 days and I knew before bottling that something was wrong, it was bubbling in the bottling bucket.

So after the 3 days I put it in my nearly freezing garage. Not only is it not gushing, it is perfectly carbed.

It tastes a little sweet, probably because the priming sugar was never consumed, but all in all, I am glad I bottled it. Just thought I would share this.
 

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if it tastes sweet, you probably bottled with residual sugar still in solution, separate from the priming sugar you added.

be wary of exploding bottles. Keep them cold, and keep testing them.
 

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