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Title: Premaking Priming Solution
Post by: Squid2016 on December 22, 2016, 10:17:31 AM
In order to save time, I made my priming sugar solution the night prior to bottling.  I put the solution in a sanitized mason jar.  Then let to cool to room temperature naturally.  Should I expect any carbonation issues?
Title: Re: Premaking Priming Solution
Post by: KellerBrauer on December 22, 2016, 11:59:00 AM
Greetings squad - if I understand your question, you're saying you made your priming solution, placed it into a starle jar, placed it in the refrigerator and will use it for priming a day or two later?  My opinion is that should be fine.
Title: Re: Premaking Priming Solution
Post by: Oginme on December 22, 2016, 02:47:06 PM
I've done this many times and have had no issues with carbonation differences between priming solution made the night before and that made just before bottling.  I sanitize the mason jar and lid and pour the solution while boiling right after turning the stove off.