DetailsPotassium Sorbate dissolves completely in wine to prevent yeast from fermenting. This product will not stop an active fermentation. It is typically used prior to bottling to prevent carbonating your wine. Use 1/2 tsp. per gallon. 1 Lb. size.
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Gravity Level Medium
5.0 / 5.017 ReviewsNeeded yeast in a hurry!I needed yeast and other supplies in a hurry as I was in the middle of making a batch of wine and my local supplier was out of stock(s). I placed my order with Midwest Supplies and received my order without a single hiccup in my 'wine-ing' schedule!December 25, 2018Purchased
8 months agoPotassium SorbateDidn't try it yet but I'm sure it will be fine Midwest sells high quality stuff.September 29, 2017Purchased
1 year agoSorbateI follow the instructions on how much to use and everything turns out greatDecember 5, 2016Purchased
over 3 years agoGood for back sweeteningI add potassium sorbate before I back sweeten my meads and wine. This is the only way to add fermentables without them being consumed ending in bottle bombs.December 27, 2013Great!Needed to keep my wine sweet, this helped the Camden tablets. Great product, and CHEAP!October 14, 2013Lets me make sweeter wineI'm not fond of bone dry wine, I want them a little sweeter. But I don't want exploding bottles either. This is a good additive because I get both. Sweeter wine and no bottle bombs.September 30, 2013should be on your shelfDepending on what type of wine you make, you should have this available. If you want a sweeter wine, you will need it. You won't be able to get sweet wine without it. I use it when I need to sweeten wine.August 29, 2013Use in my back sweetened ciderAfter my cider is done fermenting I like to back sweeten with juice concentrate before kegging. K Sorbate along with keeping it cold helps to stop the yeast from picking back up. Stuff works great.July 27, 2013Fro sweet wine, without broken glassOccassionally I want a sweeter wine and I don't want to add sugar so I use Potassium sorbate. Potassium sorbate does not destroy wine yeast. You need to use a Campden tablet to stop the yeast and prevent bottle bombs.June 18, 2013No bottle bombs hereMy wife likes sweet wines, so I use this Potassium Sorbate to stop further fermentation so we don't get bottle bombs. No bombs in the 6 years I've been using it.April 18, 2013
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Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 1 answerif using glycerin to sweeten with, is it still necessary to add potassium sorbate?can I add potassium sorbate to aseptic fruit pulp juice when bottling in hdpe bottles to avoid fermentation, and bottles blotting, and extend shelf life?BEST ANSWER: Yes, potassium sorbate will prevent yeast and bacteria from reproducing.