I bottled an american wheat beer and before I bottled I had cold crashed it for about a week. I used a carbonation guide that asked me for the temperature of the beer at bottling, which was 40, but I input 45 to account for any heat gained in the process. This was right on because when I finished I was at 46 degrees. Anyway the carbonation guide using told me to use a significantly less amount of priming sugar to achieve a 2.7 carb level. I went with the amount it indicated and after 3 weeks at 66 degrees there is minimal carbonation.
Is there a safe way to recarbonate or increase the carbonation? I know I will have to open bottles, but didn't know if carb tablets would help or add a small amount of priming sugar to each bottle would do it.
Just for reference I used the beer recipator carbonation guide and used wyeast american wheat yeast.