DetailsCampden Tablets: Sodium Metabisulfite (SMS) prevents wild yeast, bacteria growth, and oxidation in your wine. Sodium Metabisulfite also works well as a sanitizer for your wine making equipment. The convenient tablet form takes the guesswork out of measuring. Each tablet adds 75 ppm free SO2 per gallon (pH dependent). Grind the tablet into a powder and dissolve in water before using.
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Gravity Level Medium
4.9 / 5.018 Reviewsgreateasy way to infuse a measured amount of metabisulfiteMarch 14, 2019Purchased
3 months agoI never make wine without it. I use it everytime I rack any wine and in all the processes.March 27, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoMetabisulfiteI follow the instructions on how much to use and everything turns out great.December 5, 2016Purchased
over 3 years agoImproves tasteI crush up a tablet and mix it into my brewing water as I am heating it. By the time its at mash temperature, its's dissolved and the Chlormine is gone. My beer has a cleaner less phenolic taste now._x000D_March 16, 2014Gets rid of the bad aid taste and smell from beerOur local water has Chlorine and the beer doesn't taste as good as it should. I crack a pill in half and add it while heating my water and it drives off the Chlorine making the beer taste better.March 2, 2014Stops fermentationMy wine definitely tastes better since using it. It's no longer Oxidized and I never have a problem of having fizzy wine.January 15, 2014got rid of band aid taset/smellMy beer had a band aid taste from the chlorine. Now that I treat my brewing water with these tablets it tastes good.November 29, 2013if you live in New JerseyI use the Campden tablets to treat my water, so its usable for brewing. Half a tablet is what I use for 7 gallons of water.October 28, 2013Good for municipal brewing waterMy city treats its water with Chloramine and that causes the beer to taste medicinal. By adding a pill to the water at the start of the brew day I can remove the Chloramine and make better tasting beer.September 14, 2013Stopped usingI stopped using sulfides a couple of years ago. Some wine recipies go crazy with them using them at every stage. I "read" they can cause ED problems. I would rather boil than go through that mess.July 23, 2013
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