DetailsFermenter’s Favorites® Fizz Drops are designed to take the place of making a priming solution and batch priming. These drops help to reduce the guesswork often associated with irregular batch size bottle conditioning, because they are a uniform weight of pure sugar.
8 oz., Qty= 60 Drops (approximately).
1 drop per 12-16 oz bottle
2 drops per 22 oz or 750mL bottle
Simply drop in each sanitized bottle before filling it with beer. The drop should dissolve within 72 hours - carbonation time remains the same, usually 2-3 weeks.
- Details & Instructions
3.2 / 5.05 ReviewsSo far so good...They carbonated my beer as expected. They get a little sticky while handling them, and you are limited to your ability to adjust desired carbonation level. Other than that super easy.February 5, 2016WorksThey work, however I hate having to touch each one while I put them into the bottles. It you have a small batch, like a gal then they are worth a shot.July 7, 2017Purchased
1 year agovery fizzy end product.These worked well. Dissolved and created a good fizz. My only complaint was that they left a film on the meniscus of the beer. Must be something added to the tablet. Worked well though. I will be using standard corn sugar next time though.April 5, 2017Purchased
10 months agoToo bigThey work well, I just wish they were a little smaller; I have to wet them so they melt a little to get them into the swing top bottles that I use.March 15, 2017Purchased
1 year ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 7 answersWhat about sanitation?BEST ANSWER: I use fizz drops to easily bottle prime when I have a small batch, like a one gallon test batch with very few bottles. It produces excellent results. I have never had any sanitation related problems using the drops. I sanitize my bottles before filling of course. I suppose you could sanitize the drops prior to use but I have not found it to be necessary.If I heat a partial batch to turn into NA for a friend will these still carbonate?BEST ANSWER: If you heat up the beer and kill off the yeast then No it won't carbonate. There has to be some active yeast left in order to "ferment" a little and produce the CO2 that is carbonation.can I use in cider the fizz drops?
thank youBEST ANSWER: Yes, you can use fizz drops with cider. However, the cider cannot be stabilized after fermentation in order to get carbonation and you will have a dry sparkling cider.