DetailsBiofine Clear is a clarifier made from Silicic Acid, SiO2, and is added to the secondary during the transfer from primary to secondary to precipitate yeast and other haze-causing particles. Biofine is a vegan product and is not derived from animals or animal by-products. Use can be as little as 1/4 Tbsp (1/10th fluid oz. or 3 ml) to as much as 2 Tbsp (1 fluid oz. or 30 ml) per 5 gallon batch of beer or wine.
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Gravity Level Medium
4.0 / 5.06 ReviewsDid nothingEven after a week there was no difference in clarity that couldn't be contributed to a weeks worth of settling without any clearing agent. Added a pack of super klear and it cleared up in just over 2 daysNovember 25, 2016Purchased
over 2 years agoAppears to work as well as gelatin with none of the hassles.Effective at clearing your beer. It will give your beer the filtered appearance without stripping any flavor from it. Impress your friends that your homebrew looks this good.March 3, 2014VeganI used it because I wanted to make some beer for Vegan friends. I used half an ounce and it probably helped a little to clarify my beer. I had already let the beer sit for four weeks in the primary, and the yeast had already begun to settle. When I racked it, for another few weeks of aging, it did seem to be clearer with the Biofine.January 1, 2014A little clearerI normally ferment for a month to give the yeast time to settle, then cold crash and keg, so my beer is usually clear. After using the Biofine the beer does appear even more clear. If you don't cold crash then it may help more.November 23, 2013Clears beerThis works very well at clearing my beer. It gives my beer a filtered appearance without stripping any flavor from it.October 5, 2013Clarification ExperimentationUsed this biofine clear to see if it would help once beer was transfered to secondary (precipate the yeast-as descriptor said) and it did seem to help with clearing up the beer. I can't say if time or the biofine was more of the helper with this---but seemed to work.March 25, 2013
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