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Absolutely. Add a maximum of 1/2 teaspoon of sugar per 12-ounce bottle, or 1 teaspoon per 22-ounce bomber, etc. Then allow another "final" fermentation within the sealed bottles for another week or two. After the first batch you can adjust the amounts of sugar to suit your desired level of carbonation. And you can also substitute honey or a ...


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Consistent SG readings but more activity, maybe it's physics. The difference in air temperature can take a while to translate into liquid temperature. An increase of a few degrees C might not be apparent in the liquid right away, but as the temperature increases, any dissolved CO2 will want to move out of solution, resulting in an increase in pressure = more ...


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