Fermenter's Favorites® Priming Sugar (Corn Sugar)

$1.49

SKU# U038

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Corn sugar (dextrose) for priming bottle-conditioned beer or boosting gravity.

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Fermenter's Favorites™ Corn Sugar - Priming Sugar

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Corn sugar (dextrose) for priming bottle-conditioned beer or boosting gravity. A common addition to help dry out the finish in highly hopped beers like Imperial IPAs.

Roughly 3.4 ounces of Corn Sugar per gallon will boost ABV by 1%. 
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Support Documents:Advanced Bottle Conditioning
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September 23, 2016
Good for jacking up the booze content of cider!
...and, I assume, for other stuff, too. What can you say, it's finely powdered corn sugar in a bag. Good price, good results, two thumbs up.
November 10, 2015
Mike Dummer
Priming sugar has always worked well for me.
July 11, 2016
Better than table sugar
Faster to invert
July 11, 2016
Outstanding product and service
I had a little trouble with a free gift code so i contacted support. Not only did they give me the free pint glass but gave me 10% off. The brew kit was exactley what I wanted. I can not recommend Northern brewer enough.
July 12, 2016
Great choices of products.
Always easy to find what I want. Easy to order and order sent out very quickly. Great service either by online on over the phone. Great place to shop and receive exactly what you need.
January 4, 2016
Good value, good quality
Always does the job well.
October 6, 2015
What can I say? It’s priming Sugar!
Packaged in a handy 5 oz package, colorful label. My wife thought it was cute!!
March 31, 2016
60% of the time it works, every time
Always gets the job done and doesn't adversely affect the flavor of the finished product. I've switched to kegging over the last few years, but still use this tried and true method if I'm not in a hurry for carbonation. Great prices, too!
January 3, 2014
The way to go
As others mention, this is much cheaper than buying the individual packages. My recollection is that the package comes out to about 3/4 of a cup. I like to use 1 cup in a 5 gallon wort as it produces a nice head without excessive carbonation.
December 28, 2013
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How much of the fermenters favorite should I use for a 5gal. batch of brown ale
R L on May 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Just about 2/3 of a cup is perfect. Here is the easy to use calculator to know how much you should use: https://www.northernbrewer.com/priming-sugar-calculator/
Why would I use this in place of pure cane sugar that I already keep in the house?
S T on Apr 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Corn sugar ( dextrose ) ferments away VERY cleanly and fully, so it's a great choice for bottle-conditioning beer. Cane sugar ( sucrose/glucose ) works also, but does not ferment away as completely, and it can affect the flavor of a beer. In the small quantities used for bottling, it is fine to use, and most people report no flavor issues when using it for priming. In larger quantities it could affect the flavor of a beer, so dextrose is preferred for most beer uses. -Mike W, Northern Brewer

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