Tried my first batch of bulk priming @ 5g per L, needs a few more g per L imho but I must say it was an absolute pleasure pouring from the BrewFlo and not have to bother waiting for the head to drop down to then go about filling up again and again and again.
I do actually have batch I did @ 8g per L so it will be interesting to compare the two.
I have been using about 20g per keg for a while and have been getting good results.
I just dissolve 20g in some warm water and th n pour the solution into the keg.
The carbonation of the beer is also effected by how well the conditioning or secondary fermentation is done.
I have completed the following brewprints Australian Larger and Aztec Cerveza and a Bombshell Blonde , both taste good but no carbonation when dispensing from the BrewFlow, when sitting the beer looks flat and at the price of brewprints I have tried the following
I put down a Deliverance Ultra , using %50 of the wort,
500g Dextrose, Steel Pac using 50% and 15 g Morgans yeast, I have bottled with 2 carbonation drops and the carbonation is good so is the taste
The next one was Beer Makers Bitter using using %50 of the wort, storing the other, 500g Dextrose, and 15 g Morgans yeast,
I kegged these using 40 g of sugar to carbonate etc and was both only head, I also kegged a Australian Larger brewprint using the same amount of sugar and the outcome was the same
The above custom brews have been set to the following, Propagation 22 deg C, Fermentation 12 deg C, Bottling 18 deg C