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Enzymes for the conversion of starches to sugars that can be fermented are essential to produce alcohol from grain.  Fining agents are used to clear a wash of dead yeast and other suspended solids that can turn bitter during distillation.
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Citric Acid Alpha Amylase Enzyme Alpha Amylase Enzyme
Citric Acid 2oz
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Enzyme, Alpha Amylase, 2oz
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Enzyme, Alpha Amylase, 4g
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Citric Acid for increasing the acidity of a grain mash, fruit or sugar wash prior to fermentation to optimize the PH environment for yeast to function at its best. Alpha Amylase Enzyme for the conversion of grain starches into sugars. 2oz packet. Use one level teaspoon for up to 15 lbs of grain in your recipe. A high temperature tolerant Alpha Amylase Enzyme for the conversion of grain starches into sugars. 4g packet. Use one packet for up to 10 lbs of grain in your recipe.
Alcotec Alpha Amylase Enzyme Amyloglucosidase Enzyme Alcotec 24 Turbo Klar Fining Agent
Enzyme, Amyloglucosidase, 2oz
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A high temperature tolerant Alpha Amylase Enzyme for the conversion of grain starches into sugars. 5g
Amyloglucosidase Enzyme for the conversion of long chain sugars into fermentable glucose. This is the essential second step when you are converting grain starch into fermentable sugar. 2oz packet. Use one level teaspoon for up to 15 lbs of grain in your recipe. Directions: When mash has cooled stir and dissolve into your mash just prior to adding yeast.
Alcotec 24 Turbo Klar two part fining agent clears the yeast out of your fermented wash within 24 hours.
Turbo Clear Fining Agent
Fining Agent, Turbo Clear
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Still Spirits Turbo Clear two part clearing or fining agent. Transforms your alcohol quality by settling out the yeast in your wash.