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Soft Candi Sugar (Light Brown) - 1 lb
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Soft Candi Sugar (Light Brown) - 1 lb

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Use this soft candi sugar in all of your Belgian beers to impart a wonderfully soft and well-rounded flavor that you have never had in your beers before! A by-product of the rock candi and candi syrup making processes, soft sugar is made up of tiny crystals of beet sugar that have been removed from the syrup by way of a centrifuge. These crystals have a more intense flavor than the traditional sugar rocks American brewers are used to seeing. Use this sugar as a direct replacement for those out-dated rocks! This is the same candi sugar used by the famous Rochefort brewery in Belgium.

 
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Mike L on Nov 17, 2018
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Mike L on Nov 17, 2018
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Valued C on Mar 1, 2018
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Valued C on Mar 1, 2018
Does this candi syrup have the same amount of sugar, pound for pound, as the Light Brown Soft Belgian Candi Sugar (Brun Leger)?
Phil Milano on Dec 3, 2020
Soft Candi Sugar (Light Brown) - 1 lb
Soft Candi Sugar (Light Brown) - 1 lb
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BEST ANSWER: No, the Brun Leger sugar will be closer to 0.042 ppg per pound where this is 0.032 ppg per pound. Because this is a concentrated sugar solution dissolved in water, not pure sugar.
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Excellent product
If you want to make a quality beer, use quality ingredients. I use this for making Belgian dubbels, and they have always turned out great.
May 31, 2014