I’ve been homebrewing for 2 years and made about 25 batches. Never had a spoiled batch - All of them turned out really good. When it came to priming, I followed a very simple procedure. I would just batch prime using a pre-measured 5 oz bag of corn sugar. It always worked, so, I never thought much about it. However, I realized that I was using too much sugar for most of the styles I was making.
Anyway, I got a digital scale and decided to accurately weigh my sugar in order to hit the correct C02 levels for the given style.
The very first batch that I did like this - WAY undercarbonated after 2 1/2 weeks.
Nothing has changed other than the amount of corn sugar I added. I batched primed NB’s RyePA with 4.1 oz of corn sugar. The room I bottle condition is around 64-68F. It’s the same room I have always stored my bottles in
What did I do wrong? Not enough sugar? Too cold for the storage? If it is too cold of storage why did the other bottles carb up good?