How Much Priming Sugar is Recommended for Dunkleweizen

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How Much Priming Sugar is Recommended for Dunkleweizen

Postby cleone » Fri Feb 17, 2006 12:25 am

Hi,

I am following the Bavarian Dunkleweizen recipe on beertools.com. So far so good. This is my first all grain, so I am being extra careful with this one.

Are there any special priming requirement for a dunkleweizen? Or should I just follow the standard 3/4 cup of corn sugar per 5 gallon batch?

Just in case it helps:

OG: 1.045
Gravity @ transfer to secondary (4 days in primary): 1.017
TG: TBD, still fermenting in secondary

Thanks in advance :D
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3/4 of a cup should be fine

Postby FartKnocker » Mon Feb 20, 2006 4:22 pm

How's your gravity? anything over .015 I would question. If it's less than that I'd just bottle the friggin' !@#$!
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Postby FartKnocker » Mon Feb 20, 2006 4:23 pm

Yea... so go with 3/4ths of an once. It'll be fine!
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