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  1. Mangrove Jack's Lactose 500g
    $8.70

    Mangrove Jack's Lactose 500g

    Mangrove Jack's Lactose 500g. A non-fermentable sugar made from milk, used to increase sweetness and mouthfeel. A common ingredient in Milk Stout, lactose can be used to increase the body and residual sweetness of any beer or cider.

    250g in a standard batch should have a noticeable impact however some brewers prefer to use more.
  2. Cocoa Bean Husks
    $14.00/kg

    Cocoa Bean Husks

    (bulk product - please select amount on product page)

    This is the outer shell of the cocoa bean, and what you winnow out from the nibs. Make the ultimate chocolate stout or add rich chocolate flavour to any beer. For a strong chocolate aroma and flavour we recommend 200-300g per 23l batch as a whirlpool addition (after flame out) for 20 minutes.

    Price is per kg.

  3. Brewmaster Liquid Maltose Brewing Sugar
    $14.50

    Brewmaster Liquid Maltose Brewing Sugar

    Concentrated maltose syrup (from corn) for pale lagers and gluten free beers

    1.4 kg bottle.

    Use 1.4 kg per 23 L

    IBU 0

    ICU 0

    80% fermentable

    Equivalent to 1.8 kg liquid malt or 890 gm sugar

    Packaged in Auckland, NZ

  4. Deltafloc Tablets x10 Deltafloc Tablets x10
    $6.90

    Deltafloc Tablets x10

    Deltafloc Tablets x10. Deltafloc is an extract of red seaweed specifically formulated to coagulate unstable proteins in brewery worts. Each tablet is sufficient for 19L and should be added to your wort 15 minutes before the end of the boil.
  5. Lactic Acid 100ml
    $7.90

    Lactic Acid 100ml

    This food grade Lactic Acid is used in beer brewing to lower the mash or sparge pH, and this helps to reduce tannins. It has an 80% concentration. Size: 100ml Format: liquid
  6. Dry Irish Moss 100gm bulk Dry Irish Moss 100gm bulk
    $5.95

    Dry Irish Moss 100gm bulk

    Unbranded Irish Moss (Carrageenan) granules - a clarifier that is used to clear protein during the boil when mash brewing. Use around 1-2 grams per 20 litres of wort, 10 minutes before the end of the boil.

    Weight: 100gm
    Out of Stock
  7. Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt) – bulk 200g Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt) – bulk 200g
    $3.90

    Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom Salt) – bulk 200g

    Magnesium Sulphate (Epsom salts)

    Used in water chemistry adjustment for brewing. Magnesium Sulphate provides Sulphates to the water without increasing Calcium.
    Usually not recommended to go above 30ppm.
  8. Gelatine (non flavoured) for finings - 125g Gelatine (non flavoured) for finings - 125g
    $8.30

    Gelatine (non flavoured) for finings - 125g

    Non-flavoured and non-coloured household gelatine, used to improve clarity of beer. Will also remove unwanted compounds resulting in smoother flavour. Sufficient for 500litres.

    For advice on how to use gelatine effectively for home-brewing, we recommend checking out John Palmer's "How to Brew" website as he has some easy to follow instructions there.

  9. Williams Warn Clarification Agent / BREWCLEAR 1Litre
    $35.00

    Williams Warn Clarification Agent / BREWCLEAR 1Litre

    WilliamsWarn Clarification Agent / BREWCLEAR works very well to sediment most yeast strains as well as remove protein haze (in beer). In WilliamsWarn Personal Breweries we perform a 2-step clarification over 2 days, once the beverage is cold. We first add 30ml to the cold beverage and mix for 10 seconds vigorously (by forcing CO2 into the beverage which avoids oxidising the product). We wait 1 day and and this sediments most of the yeast. We then add another 20ml and mix again (without disturbing the already settled sediment) and wait another 1 and a half days. The agent then has less yeast to work on in the second clarification, brings down any remaining yeast and reacts well with any proteins that may cause haze, especially in beer. The result is a crystal clear beverage in 2 1/2 days total clarification time. For beers, the colder the beer the more protein haze will come out of solution and react with the agent. It is an inert product suitable for vegans and a product commonly used in breweries. You may find you can clear your products in one step and with less volume of agent. A 1 litre bottle will at least be enough supply for 20 brews.
  10. Antifoam 50ml
    $5.50

    Antifoam 50ml

    Antifoam controls boil-overs during wort boiling & distillation and over-foaming during fermentation. This leads to higher rates of evaporation during boiling, increases hop utilisation, prevents wort loss & unhygienic spillages.

    50ml are enough to treat 1000l of product.