So, I recently brewed a Pale Ale that smells delicious and looked like it was going to turn out to be one of my best brews yet. However, last night I saw that they had begun to leak out the tops when I went to check on them. I bottled them roughly 48 hours ago. (This happened with my last batch too, so I dialed back the C02; so I thought) I quickly went to degas all them and then recapped them. Should this be enough to save them? There were a few that I combined to make full beers as a few had leaked a significant amount. Will they still carb properly? Should I monitor these bottles and degas them again? Or will they typically be fine? I was also carbing them upside down (something I thought was necessary, but found out not everyone does this) They are not right side up. It is weird; I used cane sugar to prime 2 gallons of beer at 65F at roughly 2.2 volume of CO2. This gave me 1.27 ounces via a calculator to prime. Did I calculate correctly? My last 2 batches using this sugar have caused bottles to leak like this... thinking I might just purchase corn sugar as I have never had problems with it. Any tips or advice would be appreciated!