Hi! I've searched for an answer, but can't seem to find it.. When I'm using BF:s priming calculator, the carbonation usually turns out great! But for my latest brew things are a little bit different. I brewed a low alcohol ale with an OG of 1.027 and an FG of about 1.013. I fermented 8 L (2.11 gallon) with about 2 grams of dry yeast. The taste was actually great after 7 days fermentation, so I don't wanna mess things upp right now.. My question is: When I calculate the carbonation, do you think I can use a priming calculator in the same way as when I have an OG of 1.060? Is there enough yeast left in the wort to convert the amount of priming sugar I'm suppose to add, or do I have to add more yeast before priming do you think? I would be really happy if someone would help me get things straight here.. Thanks!