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TL;DR: it's less than 1/4 point ABV per volume of CO2 added at bottling time. As @rob said, that is negligible for my personal level of homebrew measurement precision. To provide some math to back up @dmtaylor's answer, here's what I found: From this thread https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=5882.0 100 grams of sugar in enough ...


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I think you are off by about a factor of 10. To hit 2 volumes CO2, by my calcs (complicated), I figure you will need about 19 grams of sugar per gallon. This will, in effect, add about 2 gravity points to the total gravity of the beer, which will ferment out completely and increase your alcohol by a very small amount, by about 0.2% ABV. So it does look ...


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