5.2 Mash Stabilizer

  • 5.2 Mash Stabilizer

5.2 Mash Stabilizer

SKU 9003

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$19.99

Product Details

5.2 is a proprietary blend of food-grade phosphate buffers (similar to brewer’s salts) that will lock in your mash and kettle water at a pH of 5.2 regardless of the starting pH of your water.
5.2 is a proprietary blend of food-grade phosphate buffers (similar to brewer’s salts) that will lock in your mash and kettle water at a pH of 5.2 regardless of the starting pH of your water. 5.2 is safe for your mash and WILL NOT add any flavors to your beer. 5.2 will provide consistency of pH in any water conditions, but the most significant gains will be obtained if you are brewing in hard water. Use 5.2 Mash Stabilizer to optimize your enzymatic activity in your malt, help clarify your wort, and achieve a more consistent hop utilization. Use 1/3 oz. per 5 gallons of water.

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SKU 9003

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
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R
R.B.
works great

I was having difficulty getting proper starch conversion and this helped get me in the right pH range and conversion went quickly.

M
M.E.
Results are in the numbers

I brew with the Grainfather and I've had problems reaching my target numbers ever since I got it. My mash efficiency stank. When I wanted an OG of 1.055, I got 1.044. When I wanted 1.040, I got 1.029. I tried single, 2- & 3-step mashing, double milling the grist, adding rice hulls, extending the mash duration to 90 min all to no avail ... until I tried this product. The first time I tried 52 pH I hit my numbers exactly! I wanted a preboil SG of 1.044 & got 1.046 and an OG of 1.055 and got 1.054. I highly recommend this product!

S
S.G.
Seems to do its job

Good price. Does the job

H
H.
Tried twice

I followed the directions and measured out the correct amount. I have a pH meter and it didn't bring the wort pH to 5.2. It didn't seem to have the desired effect.

B
B.
Changed the taste of the beer

I followed directions and was careful measuring. I didn't care for the taste of the beer afterwards. I used pH strips and it didn't get the pH to where it was supposed to be.