I wonder if corn syrup (the stuff without additives) can be added to bottles for bottle conditioned beer? And if so, how many mL should be injected per 12 Oz. bottle (as a nominal 'ballpark' quantity, foregoing the proper need to compute remaining CO2 volumes, and target CO2 volumes...)?
I hate racking to a bottling bucket, and since my fermenter has a bottom discharge valve I'd rather go straight from the fermenter to the bottle, atop some priming sugar. I've tried the 1/2 TSP of granulated table sugar and Domino Dots methods with success, but corn syrup seems easy enough to add by the mL via a 5 mL size medicine syringe to each bottle.
Perhaps corn syrup sold in health food stores is free of the added junk found in Caro.
Given the density of the corn syrup there should be a means to compute how many grams per mL of actual corn sugar it contains. Then one can apply more sophisticated computations of temperatures and remaining/target CO2 volumes if desired... One source stated 1.33 g/mL as the density.