Dextrose – 120g Priming Pack (23L)
This packet is enough to prime a typical 23L beer. Ideal if you’re not sure how to or not in the mood to calculate your desired CO2 levels in your beer.
Dextrose brewing sugar often referred to as “corn sugar” or “glucose” can be used in place of white sugar “sucrose” in either your fermentation or for priming your beer when bottling or kegging. Dextrose is faster to dissolve than white sugar and is 100% fermentable.
Dextrose often referred to as Corn Sugar: Probably the most common of the sugars discussed in brewing, Dextrose or corn sugar is made up almost entirely of glucose/dextrose. It will ferment completely, contributing more alcohol content than a similar amount of malt extract, and will lighten the body and flavour of the brew.
Corn sugar will also ferment very rapidly, and will thus shorten the time your beer will need to spend fermenting. The most common use of corn sugar is as a priming sugar during the bottling process.
Also available in 1kg pack size here: Dextrose 1kg