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Campden Tablets (Sodium Metabisulphite) - 25 Tablets
AD525
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Description

Sodium metabisulfite campden tablets are an excellent way to remove chloramine from tap water prior for brewing. Simply crush up one campden tablet, drop it in your brewing water prior to adding anything else, and proceed as normal!

Item # AD525
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Weight 0.06LBS
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To Make Mead
Charles E on Sep 25, 2018
making a batch of wine and I need more Campden tablets.
James K. R on Sep 20, 2018
To Make Mead
Charles E on Sep 25, 2018
Unable to order Efferbaktol without double shipping charges.
Robert Rabozzi on Sep 21, 2018
making a batch of wine and I need more Campden tablets.
James K. R on Sep 20, 2018
For sterilizing equipment. Used in the past
Patricia D on Sep 18, 2018
High chloramine
Regginald C on Sep 18, 2018
KEEPS BACTERIA OUT OF WINE.
Lawrence D on Sep 10, 2018
Need to remove sulfates from my cider
Paul S on Sep 10, 2018
Need to clean that water, dawg.
Daniel B on Sep 3, 2018
gift
James H on Aug 22, 2018
helps when making sparkling fruit wines
Linda M on Aug 13, 2018
always use
Harold R on Aug 4, 2018
blueberry wine
John O on Jul 31, 2018
Using RO water so I need some treatment.
Travis Nissen on Jul 31, 2018
need to condition my hard water
Kyle A on Jul 26, 2018
I need to remove the chlorine from my Brewing and sparge water.
Ian L on Jul 2, 2018
It is recommended way to treat the water in my area for cholramines
Bradley P on Jun 26, 2018
Recommended by friend
Alex Davit on Jun 9, 2018
recipe said so in cider
Kevin G on May 22, 2018
We need it.
Karen C on May 8, 2018
Making a mead from scratch and I need this for secondary.
John L on Apr 24, 2018
Helps with chlorine in the mash/boil and sparge water
Jared Williams on Apr 12, 2018
A friend uses them and says they work
mvfd85 on Apr 3, 2018
Soften water
John S B on Mar 24, 2018
needed for wine making
Shawn L on Mar 16, 2018
To adjust my water.
Jason L on Feb 28, 2018
works
David B on Feb 23, 2018
to get rid of chloramine in my brew water even though it is RO
stan g on Feb 21, 2018
Chlorinated water
Joshua B on Feb 13, 2018
Reviews
Tedd M. S on Jan 31, 2018
water
mike c on Jan 30, 2018
aging wine
G G on Jan 18, 2018
Unable to order Efferbaktol without double shipping charges.
Robert Rabozzi on Sep 21, 2018
For sterilizing equipment. Used in the past
Patricia D on Sep 18, 2018
what is the amount of active sodium metabisulfite per tablet? I know it can range by manufacturer. Is it listed on the package?
Carol H on Apr 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: These add 75 ppm of sulfites at the rate of one tablet per gallon. Must be ground up prior to use.
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No more chloramines!
My city water is treated with chloramines, so I bought some of these. They are easy to use and cheap.
May 27, 2015
Save money on water.
Instead of buying bottled or packaged spring water, you can convert your municipal tap water into a more ideal profile using this to remove chloramine. I have noticed fewer off flavors and a saison made with this came out great!
May 24, 2015
Removes chloramine
I was having off flavors with some of my beers using local tap water even though I have a whole house filter system. It is just a sediment filter to remove large particles. I found out that many water supplies use chloramine for purification of water and that might have been the culprit. Since using a single campden tablet in my brew water for up to 10 gallons(I think it can be used for up to 20 gallons), my beers have all seemed to be better.
May 25, 2014
Great water
As others noted this is part of my water regimen to prevent any chloramine.
May 31, 2013
Chloramine destroyer
I always crush one of these up and treat my water on brew day. It works instantly and is way too cheap to not use and risk chloramine off favors.
May 6, 2013
Cheap security policy
I am fortunate to have very good tasting water. However, I can smell a slight bit of chlorine/chloramine. So, I simply crush one of these as the instructions state and then proceed normally. My first couple of batches I did not use these and the beer tasted fine. But it is a very small cost to ensure that the chlorine/chloramine don't impact the taste of your brews. So, I now use them on all batches.
May 1, 2013