subsitute candi for syrup

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  1. Retired trucker 2014

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    My recipe calls for Belgian candi syrup but my brew store only carrys hard Belgian candi. How would I substitue ?
     
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    Make your own "Make Simple Invert Sugars"
    1 pint of Water
    1 pound of Sugar
    1/4 Teaspoon of Citric Acid powder (used in canning you can find it a Walmart in the canning section)
     
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    Either very expensive type of table sugar will work. There's no good reason to use light candi sugar.
     

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