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Additives & Spices

Additives & Spices

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  • Malic Acid - 1Lb

    Malic Acid - 1Lb

    Malic Acid is a must-have for making wine and beer. It is a tart, green-apple-flavored acid used to add sourness and balance out sweetness in beer and wine. With 1Lb of Malic Acid, you'll have plenty of flavor for your own home brew.

    $14.99

  • Potassium Bicarbonate - 1Lb

    Potassium Bicarbonate - 1Lb

    Out of stock

    This 1Lb container of Potassium Bicarbonate is an essential ingredient in baking and brewing. It helps to raise the pH levels and can improve the flavor of your food. Potassium Bicarbonate is a safe, natural mineral that helps create a smooth, neutral flavor in your recipes without leaving a bitter taste.

    Out of stock

    $17.99

  • Gypsum Calcium Sulphate - 1 Lb

    Gypsum (Calcium Sulphate) - 1 Lb

    Used in beer making as a water treatment. Gypsum increases hardness and lowers pH. Its use is known to increase the perception of hop flavor compounds in beer. The primary salt used to Burtonize water; Burton water is famous for producing the worlds classic pale ales, such as Bass. Used in winemaking to lower the pH of the must. As calcium sulfate is not removed from water by boiling, when present, it is referred to as permanent hardness. Usage varies depending upon your exact water profile. Additions can range significantly based off your water source.  Usage below is something fairly typcial for many tap waters. Usage: 1-2 tsp. per 5 gallons

    $7.99

  • Gypsum Calcium Sulfate - 2 oz

    Gypsum (Calcium Sulfate) - 2 oz

    Used in beer making as a water treatment. Gypsum increases hardness and lowers pH. Its use is known to increase the perception of hop flavor compounds in beer. The primary salt used to Burtonize water; Burton water is famous for producing the worlds classic pale ales, such as Bass. Used in winemaking to lower the pH of the must. As calcium sulfate is not removed from water by boiling, when present, it is referred to as permanent hardness. Usage varies depending upon your exact water profile. Additions can range significantly based off your water source.  Usage below is something fairly typcial for many tap waters. Usage: 1-2 tsp. per 5 gallons

    $1.99

  • Campden Tablets - 2 oz

    Campden Tablets - 2 oz

    Campden tablets are a primary source of potassium metabisulphite, a preservative used in wine and beer making. These tablets are designed to help reduce levels of wild yeast and bacteria in your brews, protecting the flavor of your handcrafted beverages. 2 oz of Campden tablets provides the necessary preservative for up to 5 gallons of liquid.

    $4.99

  • Calcium Chloride - 1Lb

    Calcium Chloride - 1Lb

    Calcium Chloride is often used in place of Gypsum as a means of adjusting the mash pH levels. One gram per gallon of water will result in an increased salt level of 72 ppm calcium, 127.5 ppm chloride and 180 ppm hardness. Its effectiveness is unmatched when it comes to ensuring consistent, desired results.

    $10.99

  • Tartaric Acid - 1 Lb

    Tartaric Acid - 1 Lb

    Tartaric acid is a food-grade acid used in wine making to enhance flavor, inhibit bacteria, and preserve taste. This one pound bag of tartaric acid is also used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, industrial products, and textiles. Tartaric acid is an essential ingredient for quality wine making.

    $16.99

  • Phosphoric Acid 10% Solution - 8 oz

    Phosphoric Acid 10% Solution - 8 oz

    This 8-ounce bottle of Phosphoric Acid 10% Solution is an ideal choice for brewers who want to lower the pH of their mash or sparge water. It's more stable than lactic acid at high temperatures, so you can count on the pH to remain consistent even when heating. 10 % Solution

    $6.99

  • Whirlfloc Tablets - 1 Lb

    Whirlfloc Tablets - 1 Lb

    Whirlfloc tablets, derived from Irish Moss, are a convenient way to add clarity to your homebrew. Add one tablet during the last 5 minutes of the boil for optimal clarity. Whirlfloc tablets provide a natural, concentrated source of proteins and polyphenols for superior beer clarity.

    $29.99

  • Whirlfloc Tablets - 10 tablets

    Whirlfloc Tablets - 10 tablets

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    Whirlfloc tablets, derived from Irish Moss, are a convenient way to add clarity to your homebrew. Add one tablet during the last 5 minutes of the boil for optimal clarity. Whirlfloc tablets provide a natural, concentrated source of proteins and polyphenols for superior beer clarity.

    Out of stock

    $7.99

  • Five Star 5.2 pH Stabilizer - 1 Lb

    Five Star 5.2 pH Stabilizer - 1 Lb

    Five Star 5.2 pH Stabilizer is a reliable and straight-forward solution for brewers looking to achieve consistent mash and kettle pH. Its proprietary blend of buffers ensures that the final pH stays at 5.2, no matter the starting pH of your water. Brew batch after batch with confidence and peace of mind.

    $14.99

  • Lactic Acid 88% - 4 oz

    Lactic Acid 88% - 4 oz

    Lowers pH in mash. Add 1 teaspoon per cup of water. Can use up to 4 teaspoons.

    $4.99

  • Calcium Chloride - 2 oz

    Calcium Chloride - 2 oz

    Calcium chloride is used to add both calcium and chloride ions to brewing water. Calcium is needed for proper mash and boil chemistry, and plays a role in many important chemical reactions in brewing. It is used at a rate of 50 to 150 ppm in brewing water. Chloride ions  bring out fullness and body in a beer, and are used at a rate of 0 to 250 ppm in brewing water. One gram per gallon adds around 70 ppm of calcium and around 125 ppm of chloride.

    $6.99

  • Natural Hazelnut Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

    Natural Hazelnut Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

    3 in stock

    Hazelnut flavoring can be used in a brown ale in order to make a wonderful hazelnut brown! This hazelnut flavoring uses 100% natural flavoring agents. For beer, use 3 to 4 fl oz. per 5 gallons. Add directly to secondary fermenter or to taste at bottling/kegging time. Directions for use: Start with adding 1 oz of flavoring per 1 gallon of your beer or wine. From there you may add until you are happy with the taste. If you are bottling, add to the wort when you add the priming sugar. If you are kegging, add when the beer is poured into the keg. If you are using with wine, add to bottle-ready wine in the fermenter about 1 week before it will be bottled. Make sure to stir gently.

    3 in stock

    $8.99

  • Lactic Acid 88% - 32 oz

    Lactic Acid 88% - 32 oz

    3 in stock

    88 percent lactic acid solution. Lactic acid is a chemical compound that provides a pleasant tangy acidity found in many fermented foods and beverages such as wine, yogurt, sourdough bread and kombucha tea. It is used in the beer brewing process to reduce pH and increase acidity. Liquid lactic acid solution for wine and other food and beverage applications Provides a pleasant, tangy acidity found in fermented foods including wine, yogurt, sourdough and kombucha tea Food-grade 88 percent solution Volume: 32oz

    3 in stock

    $26.50

  • Brewer's Best Toasted Coconut Chips - 4 oz

    Brewer's Best Toasted Coconut Chips - 4 oz

    Brewer's Best Toasted Coconut Chips - 4 oz Each 4 ounce bag Brewer's Best Toasted Coconut Chips contains thick slices of fresh & mature full fat coconut white meat. The slices are toasted to the desired color and make a great addition for Porters & Stouts.

    $2.89

  • Bitter Orange Peel - 1 oz

    Bitter Orange Peel - 1 oz

    3 in stock

    Add a nuanced citrus aroma to your Belgian-style beers with Bitter Orange Peel. This non-sweet variety of orange peel gives your Witbiers the bitterness they need for a perfect balance. 1 oz of bitter orange peel can give your beer a great aroma and flavor.

    3 in stock

    $2.99

  • Burton Water Salts - 1 Lb

    Burton Water Salts - 1 Lb

    5 in stock

    Also known as brewing salts, it is a mixture of gypsum, potassium Chloride and Epsom salt. 1 tsp adds 1119 ppm per 1 gallon. For pale ales in the burton on Trent Style. Burton salts can come in either crystal or powdered form. Adding 30G per 5 gallons will provide: 266 ppm CA, 63 ppm mg, 159 ppm carbonate; 631 ppm sulfate.

    5 in stock

    $19.99

  • Last stock! Dried Tangerine Peel - 1 Lb

    Dried Tangerine Peel - 1 Lb

    2 in stock

    Tangerine peel is here! The dried peel of the tangerine fruit, this is used in the brewing process to add a distinct and refreshing tangerine flavor and aroma to beer. Generally it is added at the end of the boil, anytime in the last 10 minutes. With the explosion of citrus IPAs and pale ales, this is a great way to add some extra tangerine character to your beer! It can also be used in fruit beers, wheat beers, hefeweizens and Belgians of all kinds! PRODUCT FEATURES Dried tangerine peel, ready to use in your brew! Adds a distinct and refreshing tangerine flavor and aroma to beer Great for a range of beer styles, from citrus IPAs and pale ales to wheat beers and Belgians!

    2 in stock

    $25.50

  • Dried Tangerine Peel - 1 oz

    Dried Tangerine Peel - 1 oz

    Out of stock

    Tangerine peel is here! The dried peel of the tangerine fruit, this is used in the brewing process to add a distinct and refreshing tangerine flavor and aroma to beer. Generally it is added at the end of the boil, anytime in the last 10 minutes. With the explosion of citrus IPAs and pale ales, this is a great way to add some extra tangerine character to your beer! It can also be used in fruit beers, wheat beers, hefeweizens and Belgians of all kinds! PRODUCT FEATURES Dried tangerine peel, ready to use in your brew! Adds a distinct and refreshing tangerine flavor and aroma to beer Great for a range of beer styles, from citrus IPAs and pale ales to wheat beers and Belgians!

    Out of stock

    $3.99

  • Last stock! Irish Moss - 1 Lb

    Irish Moss - 1 Lb

    2 in stock

    Irish Moss is a clarifying agent used by brewers to achieve crystal-clear beer. This red seaweed, or carrageen, helps proteins from the hot break settle out of solution. Use 1 tsp. of Irish Moss per 5 gallons during the last 20 minutes of the boil for the best results.

    2 in stock

    $19.99

  • Irish Moss - 1 oz

    Irish Moss - 1 oz

    Irish Moss is a clarifying agent used by brewers to achieve crystal-clear beer. This red seaweed, or carrageen, helps proteins from the hot break settle out of solution. Use 1 tsp. of Irish Moss per 5 gallons during the last 20 minutes of the boil for the best results.

    $2.50

  • Natural Pecan Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

    Natural Pecan Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

    5 in stock

    This is a natural pecan flavoring that can be used in the beer or winemaking process. It would work well to give a pecan nuttiness to beer, and can be used to make pecan porters and stouts. Made from all natural ingredients, its recommended dosage is up to 4 ounces for a 5 gallon batch of beer, or added to wine to taste. It can be added in the secondary or to taste at bottling or kegging time. Directions for use: Start with adding 1 oz of flavoring per 1 gallon of your beer or wine. From there you may add until you are happy with the taste. If you are bottling, add to the wort when you add the priming sugar. If you are kegging, add when the beer is poured into the keg. If you are using with wine, add to bottle-ready wine in the fermenter about 1 week before it will be bottled. Make sure to stir gently.

    5 in stock

    $8.99

  • Natural Watermelon Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

    Natural Watermelon Flavoring Extract - 4 oz

    5 in stock

    This would make a great addition to a summery wheat ale or a light beer in order to lend a refreshing watermelon character to the beer. This watermelon flavoring uses 100% natural flavoring agents. For beer, use 4 fl oz. per 5 gallons. Add directly to secondary fermenter or to taste at bottling/kegging time. Directions for use: Start with adding 1 oz of flavoring per 1 gallon of your beer or wine. From there you may add until you are happy with the taste. If you are bottling, add to the wort when you add the priming sugar. If you are kegging, add when the beer is poured into the keg. If you are using with wine, add to bottle-ready wine in the fermenter about 1 week before it will be bottled. Make sure to stir gently.

    5 in stock

    $8.99

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