Super Kleer KC Finings

$2.79

SKU# 9051

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An excellent all-purpose fining for beer or wine. Clears 12-48 hours after adding to the secondary fermenter.

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An excellent all-purpose fining for beer or wine. Clears 12-48 hours after adding to the secondary fermenter. Contains kieselsol and chitosan. This product is derived from shellfish.

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This product is derived from shellfish. If you are allergic to shellfish will this product have any effect?
Chris R on May 31, 2015
Best Answer: I would avoid this product if concerned about a shell fish allergy. There are many other finings agents that work well that would not pose that risk. However, fining agents are considered in-process agents that usually are not detectable in the final product. The fining agent binds with the charged particles that cause haze and drop them out of solution into a solid form. The particles and fining agent is left behind when you rack the beverage off the solids. I would still avoid it!
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I added SuperKleer to 6 gallons of pomegranate wine, made from juice, on 7-10-15 according to the instructions on the package. At the time I added it, the wine was clear but I always add it to take out the really fine particles prior to bottling. The wine immediately clouded and continues to be very cloudy this morning. I would appreciate your input for possible fixes as, of course, this is a batch of wine for someone else. ?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2015
Best Answer: Ensure the temperature is above 65, above 70 is ideal. The wine should continue to clear, usually it does it right away but depending on the amount of dissolved gas, pectin and cidity, it can be delayed, causing it to cloud up and take longer to clear. However it will bring all those fine particles with it when it drops out of the wine. I would give it 2-3 weeks time to clarify at this point. If after two weeks it has not begun to reclarify, you could consider adding additional clarifier. One package is designed to clear 6 gallons of most wine, but depending on its make up, it may take more and/or longer.
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