From the HBD Archive
From: boubez@bass.rutgers.edu
Subject: Re: First Batch!
Date: 1989-12-15 18:26:36 GMT

Rick Myers writes:

> Their recipe
>used 1 1/4 cups of priming sugar. I have a book by Byron Burch of
>Great Fermentations in Santa Rosa, CA and it states to never use more
>than 3/4 cup of priming sugar - comments?

I remember I had EXACTLY the same thoughts for my first batch!
I had put 1 1/4 cups, as it said on the package, and later realised
(to my horror) that Papazian's book said to NEVER use more than
3/4 cups. However, I sould've realxed, not worried, and had a
homebrew (I didn't have any yet), since the first batch came out
beautifully without any problems. So, relax, don't worry... :-)

toufic


Toufic Boubez
boubez@caip.rutgers.edu --There's NO OAT BRAN in Motor Oil!


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