Launcelot posted something on a different thread that's sort of important to me, and I think I had to ask if anyone had an answer for it because I couldn't find anything that was specifically about this.
Originally Posted by Launcelot
My best recomendation for in-bottle carbonation is to purchase the sugar tablets that are available for it, keeps you from having to do the math that first time out.
My Significant Other, has a gluten intolerance which means she cannot drink any kind of beer, or any beverage that has any kind of malted sugar present in it. Honey is perfectly fine, but having read through the labels of three or four different kinds of carbonation tabs, it seems that all of them contain Dextrose (corn sugar) and that is fine, but all of them also have small quantities of malt sugar which means she can't tolerate them at all. I only noticed this until after I purchased 250 tablets which I will have to use for the beer I am finishing up.
Is there a carbonation-tab that is made without any kind of malted sugar? I know this is a sort of weird and very-small-niche specific but I did want to make at least a few batches carbonated and the consensus I found was 3/4 cup of dextrose into the newly racked container prior to bottling. Is this accurate?