Nutriferm Advance

SKU# U071

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A nutrient to be added to must when 1/3 of the alcoholic fermentation is complete to ensure complete fermentation, prevent production of sulfur compounds, and decrease the risk of stuck fermentation.

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A nutrient to be added to must when 1/3 of the alcoholic fermentation is complete to ensure complete fermentation, prevent production of sulfur compounds, and decrease the risk of stuck fermentation.

The main cause of sluggish or stuck fermentations is the dissolution of the yeast cell walls by alcohol, particularly at high temperatures. Nutriferm Advance provides nitrogen at mid-fermentation, allowing sugar transport proteins to maintain their vital activity until completion of the alcoholic fermentation. The majority of the nitrogen in Nutriferm Advance is derived from amino acids provided by yeast cell walls, supplemented by Diamonnium Phosphate. It also provides long chain fatty acids that help confer alcohol tolerance to growing yeast cells. Nutriferm Advance contains yeast hulls and cellulose, which have a detoxification effect by adsorbing medium chain fatty acids, known for their yeast inhibition effect.

Recommended dosage is 20-30 grams/100 liters. At a concentration of 100 ppm, Nutriferm Advance contributes 15 mg/L YAN (yeast available nitrogen) and 0.8 mg/L magnesium.

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since ive been using NB Nutriferm Advance i havent had any problems with stuck fermentation or low attenuation. the best part is its cheap so give it a shot. cheers.
March 8, 2011
Not what is pictured
What's pictured: A nice, sturdy, resealable bottle of product.What you get: A fragile, thermally-sealed plastic baggie of product that might, if you're very very lucky, survive shipment.False advertising, much?Don't buy this until Northern Brewer fixes the packaging. If you choose to risk it, be sure to have a number of your own storage bottles handy.
March 4, 2012
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How similar is this to fermaid k?
R J on Mar 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: While distinct, they are very similar in composition and use.

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