Biofine Clear - 1 oz.

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Biofine Clear is a clarifying agent designed to drop yeast and haze-forming particles out of your beer. Highly effective, Biofine Clear will make beer very bright and clear within a day or two of adding.
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Biofine Clear - Beer Clarifying Agent

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Biofine Clear is a clarifying agent designed to drop yeast and haze-forming particles out of your beer. Highly effective, Biofine Clear will make beer very bright and clear within a day or two of adding. Add between 1/4 tsp and 2 tbls after fermentation is complete, a day or two before packaging. This is a wide range for dosing, but some beers will require a higher dose than others. It is recommended to start with a small amount and add more if needed. This product is a solution of colloidal silicon dioxide and is vegan.
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Works, 5 stars just for ease of use.
Used in 3 batches, 1/2 oz. dosage in corny keg and racked on top. Seems to work as well as gelatin with none of the hassles.
October 20, 2013
Great product, lousy packaging
Use this with great success on many different styles of beer, works awesome to clear a low gravity session beer that goes grain to glass in under 10 days.But, really, glass dropper bottles? You don't use drops, you need teaspoons or tablespoons of this for effective clearing. Change the packaging to 125ml plastic screw top bottles, then I'll buy here again.
August 27, 2013
Works Great!
Easy to use and does what it's supposed to do. I added 1/2 oz to my Kolsch and Pilsner in the secondary after the lagering period was finished and let it sit for another week, then kegged and carbed the beer. It came out crystal clear. I then bottled it using my CPBF and the results were fantastic! Crystal clear beer/no sediment in the bottle, no filtering involved! Great to use for those less flocking yeast types.
July 12, 2012
Yes it works
I don't mind a beer that is a bit cloudy, but everyone that tries my beer seems to like it, but always ask why it isn't clear. I added a tablespoon while I was kegging and a week later when it was fully carbed, there was no haze at all.
December 11, 2013
Amazing product
This works very well at clearing out your beer. It gives your beer the filtered appearance without stripping any flavor from it. It will allow you to impress your friends that have never tried homebrewed beer before.
May 25, 2013
Great
Always good
November 9, 2015
Needs a bigger Bottle
This stuff work great at clearing your beer, but I wish it came in a larger bottle. 1oz just doesn't last very long.
October 10, 2015
Great lifesaver
Stuff works great. Especially when I forget the Irish moss or Whirlflock which I still do sometimes after 20+ years of brewing
December 10, 2015
Biofine
This stuff works as advertised. Since using it I’ve improved the clarity of my home-brews significantly.
May 26, 2016
Good product, will use again
I had an issue with my beers being hazy, and tried this because other products contain shellfish derivatives (my mother is allergic). I have varied the amount, and it seems like 4 "squirts" are good for lighter beers (IPAs), and 6 "squirts" do a great job on brown ales (LOVE the Caribou Slobber) and wheat beers (I know, they should be cloudy). Need a few more on the really dark beers like the porters and stouts (which should also have cloudiness). I think this makes my brews smoother, I have used about half a bottle of the stuff on 6 batches so far. Will continue to use, and really do think I can taste a difference, and get a better mouth-feel. For less than $3, try it. If you don't see a difference, not much is lost. If you are really trying to fine-tune quality, I think this helps.
June 24, 2014
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Would you use this in place of Irish Moss or can you use it in addition to Irish moss?
David C on Feb 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are used differently, but they could both be used. Irish Moss tends to help clump solids in the brew kettle, and in the fermenter; the Biofine could be used to further clarify a beer in the secondary, if it still needed that kind of adjustment. Caution should be used with post-boil clarifiers, as they can strip out the yeast needed if a person is bottle conditioning the beer. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
I received the Fermenter Biofine Clear as a gift. My question is: At what point in the Brewing process do I add this?
C C on Jan 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Biofine would be added in secondary to help clarify the beer. If you are bottle conditioning, you may want to pitch a 1/4 pack of dry yeast with your priming sugar as the Biofine will remove a lot of the yeast.
Can I use this product if I am bottle fermenting or will it cause the remaining live yeast to drop out as well?
T E on Oct 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It is designed to pull yeast and other particulates out so it may be better to not use it if bottle conditioning. If used

you should add new yeast at bottling time.
I have a bottle of this that came with my Mad Brewers Kit (awesome kit by the way), and have been hesitant on using it. Ive read its ok to use when bottle conditioning, IF I add a bit of yeast along with my sugar solution. Doesn't that negate the effect of using this?
D R on Jul 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If used in this way, the Biofine would remove the sediments other than the yeast in the bottles. You would still get the yeast sediment in each bottle, but not the protein haze.

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