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What gravity is suitable for not using priming sugar?
Assuming full attenuation, is there a way to figure out what gravity reading would be suitable to not use priming sugar, and just allow the excess sugar to create the carbonation? A sub-question would ...
Apr 14 '10 at 19:09
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