Additives have a variety of applications from treating your water to adding flavor to clarifying your beer and wine.
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Additives

$1.00
An absorptive clay, Bentonite reduces naturally occurring proteins in white or red musts during fermentation, reducing haze and cloudiness in the finished wine.
$1.78
Sodium Metabisulfite is a wine sanitizer and preservative created to prevent microbial and oxidation spoilage in musts.
$5.50
Yeast Nutrient supplies the “food” yeast requires for reducing lag time and shortening fermentation cycles and producing better tasting beer, wine, mead, or cider.
$3.50
French Oak Chips produce a milder flavor in beers, meads, wines and ciders and are less "aggressive" than chips created from American Oak.  French oak is typically aged once the tree is cut down before processing, leading to a less aggressive flavor.
$5.95
Designed to control foam development in the boil kettle and during fermentation, Fermcap – S reduces surface tension of wort and fermenting beer, preventing boil over and volume losses respectively.
$1.58
Inexpensive Oak Chips provide quick and simple means of introducing oak qualities to finished wines and beers.
$1.58
Inexpensive Oak Chips provide quick and simple means of introducing oak qualities to finished wines and beers.
$4.70

The recommended dosage for Coconut Extract is 4 – 5 oz. per 5 – gallons. Additional ounce(s) may be added to increase the intensity of the Coconut flavor and aroma.

$23.38
Fruit Purees provide beer, wine, cider and mead makers with an aseptic and flavorful substitute for raw fruit.
$23.38
Fruit Purees provide beer, wine, cider and mead makers with an aseptic and flavorful substitute for raw fruit.
$4.70

The recommended dosage for Coconut Extract is 4 – 5 oz. per 5 – gallons. Additional ounce(s) may be added to increase the intensity of the Coconut flavor and aroma.

$4.70

The recommended dosage for Coconut Extract is 4 – 5 oz. per 5 – gallons. Additional ounce(s) may be added to increase the intensity of the Coconut flavor and aroma.

$5.78

The recommended dosage for Grapefruit Extract is 4 – 5 oz. per 5 – gallons. Additional ounce(s) may be added to increase the intensity of the Grapefruit flavor and aroma.

$14.39 - $82.71
While many shops and breweries rely on local sources for honey, the product often sold in the bottle can vary (and likely does) from container to container and year to year. Brewer's Best® Wildflower Honey is specially blended, maintaining product quality, consistency of color, flavor and fermentability.
$3.33
Clarity-Ferm prevents the precipitation of complex polyphenols and proteins by hydrolyzing the sensitive (haze-active) polypeptides. While preventing chill haze from developing, the specificity of the enzyme ensures no other beer parameters are affected.
$2.25
FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is a liquid finings solution that is a 2 stage clearing agent for beer and wine. 1 pack will work on up to 6 gallons of wine or beer at a time. FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is able to clear the beer or wine in 12 - 48 hours. It is made up of 50ml Chitosan and 15ml Kieselsol.
$2.25
FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is a liquid finings solution that is a 2 stage clearing agent for beer and wine. 1 pack will work on up to 6 gallons of wine or beer at a time. FermFast Dualfine Clearing Aid is able to clear the beer or wine in 12 - 48 hours. It is made up of 50ml Chitosan and 15ml Kieselsol.
$1.99
Formed into a convenient tablet, Whirlfloc is a blend of Irish Moss and Carrageenan. Added within the final 15 minutes of the boil, Whirlfloc removes positively charged proteins in wort and assists in the coagulation of protein break, resulting in a finished beer with enhanced clarity and resistance to chill haze.
$2.29
Juniper Berries are the primary flavoring agent in the production of gin. In brewing, the berries add a fresh flavor and aroma in darker ales and is a major component of Finnish Sahti.
$3.89
The fruit of roses, Rose Hips impart a delicate citrus aroma and flavor to mead and wine. The fruit may be added to primary or secondary fermentor.
$1.29
Paradise Seeds or Grains of Paradise imparts pepper, citrus and pine notes to the flavor and aroma of finished beers.
$5.99
Cardamom is found in many Belgian style ales and often in combination with orange peel and coriander, providing cola like flavor to finished beers. In Mead making, Cardomom supplies an astringent drying quality to metheglin.
$4.12
A major component of Sa’s’parilla soda, Indian Sarsaparilla blends well with Sassafras root, creating the correct flavor profile for the soft drink.
$1.99
Licorice Root contributes licorice flavors to porter, stouts and darker ales. Improves head retention in finished beers. Typically use ¼  oz to  ½  oz. in the final 15 minutes of the boil. <
$2.19
Dried Ginger Root is far more concentrated than fresh root and requires smaller amounts to impart ginger aroma and flavor.
$1.99
A prominent flavoring in Belgian Wit and Saison styles, add Sweet Orange Peel to the wort with 15 minutes remaining in the boil.
$1.49
Most commonly associated with spiced ales and Belgian styles, especially Wits and Saisons. Provides a zesty, citrus flavor and most commonly used in conjunction with orange peel. Must be crushed prior to introduction in the boil.
$1.75
Brewing sugar derived from cornstarch and approximately only 3% fermentable by brewers yeast, Malto-Dextrin contributes mouth feel, body and head retention to finished beers.
$2.99
Lactic Acid lowers mash pH and is best added to brewing water before dough-in of malt bill. Beyond mash pH, Lactic Acid is often utilized in the reduction of sparge water pH.
$2.49
Gaining in popularity, Lemon Peel often replaces or complements Orange Peel in Belgian Wits or Saison’s. In Wheat Beers, the rind provides a zesty hint of lemon to the finished beer. Add ¼ - ½ oz to the boil with about 15 minutes remaining in the boil.
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