Phosphoric Acid 8 oz

$3.99

SKU# 9032

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10% solution. May be used to lower sparge water pH; more stable than lactic acid at high temperatures.

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10% solution. May be used to lower sparge water pH; more stable than lactic acid at high temperatures.

This product is only eligible for ground shipment within the contiguous United States.

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Better than lactic acid
Mash pH can easily be reduced without any sour off flavors like lactic acid.
May 16, 2016
works great for reducing PH in sparge water or small asjustements in mash
This product I used to reduce my Sparge water PH and word very well. It required more acid then the lactic acid but didn't affect the taste of the beer at all.
October 17, 2013
Works as designed
I use bru n water to calculate the amount needed. Would have given 5 stars but wish it was the 88% instead of 10%.
November 22, 2013
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How muth do i use in 10 gallion of sparge water, teaspoon or tablespoon
W I on Feb 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This depends the amount of carbonate/bicarbonate in your water. If you're using RO water, I would think that 1 teaspoon (5 mL) would be more than enough. I think that 1/2 teaspoon may even do the trick. If you're using tap water, your best bet is to either get your water tested and use an online calculator like Brewer's Friend or, get a pH meter and add the phosphoric acid 1 mL at a time until you get the pH that you're looking for.

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