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Honey: Like other adjuncts, honey adds alcohol and lightens body. Despite what you'd think, honey will not sweeten a beer. It actually ferments very dry, leaving champagne-like overtones.

Corn Sugar:Dextrose is a monosacharride which means it is easier for yeast to break down than sucrose (table sugar), a dissacharride. This means there is less of the cidery twang but still is not recommended over 15-20%. For the small amount used in priming, there is no off flavor. Recommend priming dose @ 3/4 cup per 5 gallons.

Belgian Candi SugarsUse for authentic Belgian beers. Made from beets. 1 lb. Package.
  Torrified Wheat 
Price: 1.19
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  Priming Sugar (5 oz) 
Price: 0.99
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  Corn Sugar (2.5 lb) 
Price: 2.99
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  Corn Sugar (50 lb) 
Price: 57
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  Coopers Carbonation Drops 
Price: 5.49
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  Clear Belgian Candi Sugar 
Price: 5.99
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  Dark Belgian Candi Sugar 
Price: 5.99
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  Lazy Double J Pure Honey 
Price: 202.5
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  Lazy Double J Pure Honey 
Price: 37.2
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Price: 5.95
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  Malto Dextrin (8 oz.) 
Price: 2.99
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  Rice Syrup Solids (1lb) 
Price: 6.49
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  Flaked Barley 
Price: 1.8
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  Brewers Corn Flakes 
Price: 1.9
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Price: 1.9
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  Flaked Rice 
Price: 2.26
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  Rice Hulls 
Price: 1.11
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  Un-Malted Wheat 
Price: 1.3
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  Flaked Wheat 
Price: 1.44
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