When kegging my second brew I used dextrose to prime it in the keg instead of the liquid primer. I just poured my first glass and it worked very well. It works out much cheaper than buying priming liquid which costs $2.50 per keg. I used 40g (8g per L priming rate) of dextrose which I dissolved in 20ml of warm water boiled in the kettle and poured this through a funnel into the keg before I filled it with my brew. I can get 1kg of the Coopers dextrose for $5 so it works out about $0.20 per keg to prime it. I also order the ingredients individually which means I don't need to worry about ordering the liquid primer which saves me even more on the cost of the BrewPrint.