yeah I was gonna say cereal too . . . I'm a DME guyCMB_2006 said:Why use sugar for priming. It has no place in brewing IMO. Put that shyte on your corn flakes. That's just one EAC to another. But opinions are like a**holes, Everyones got one and everyone thinks everyone else's stinks.
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It's such a tiny amount that I don't think it really makes much difference either way. I have used just about everything under the sun to prime my beers: dextrose, molasses, brown sugar, and DME. The major difference I've heard of with DME is that it takes longer to carbonate, but I haven't noticed a big difference with that either.beer4breakfast said:How do you prime with DME? Make a small volume of wort and mix it with the beer in your bottling bucket? How much to use? What target gravity? Does it taste better than using sugar, or is it a religious thing?