Short of it: What is the max volume of Co2 that you can put into a regular American beer bottle that you cap? Long of it: I measured incorrectly and put 5.2 ounces (147 grams) of table sugar for priming 3.45 gallons (13.06 liters) of beer. This is the same beer that I may have sucked about 1 liter of starsan and water into during the cold crash. The brew day was a mess as well, wet grain all over the kitchen floor. Even had temp issues during the fermentation. In fact, everything about this beer has been an absolute mess. However, sampling it before I cocked up the priming sugar, it was actually pretty tasty. Who knows what the end result will be. I just hope that I don't blow something up. Hence the post and question about Max Co2 in an American beer bottle.