Carbonation Tablets - 60 Pieces

Carbonation Tablets - 60 Pieces

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A quick and easy way to carbonate your beer!

Add one of these carbonation drops to each 12 oz beer bottle, or two drops to a 22 oz bottle, while you're bottling your beer. These pre-measured lozenge shaped drops give you an exact amount of glucose and sucrose in you beer bottle. These drops are prefered by some homebrewers for the consistent, predictable levels of carbonation that they can achieve. They dissolve quickly and are easy to use.

27% glucose and 73% Sucrose. 250 grams or .55 lb per bag. Approximately 60 drops per bag.

Item # AD317
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Weight 1LBS
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Why did you choose this?
MoreFlavor Store
Convenience, consistency
Gary G B on Sep 14, 2019
To carbonate our growlers and bottles.
Rachael C on Aug 29, 2019
Convenience, consistency
Gary G B on Sep 14, 2019
Makes bottling easier
Eric B on Sep 11, 2019
To carbonate our growlers and bottles.
Rachael C on Aug 29, 2019
Try something new
Ryan C on Aug 28, 2019
I usually keg my stuff, but sometimes wanr
Andy W on Aug 28, 2019
Bought it before, works great
Ritchie B on Jul 1, 2019
I find these to be easier and more effective in my opinion
Matthew Shrader on May 31, 2019
Have had good experience in the past with product.
Michael E. P on May 17, 2019
Used before, very easy for extra beer after kegging
william n on May 11, 2019
because they work better than all other carb drops or tabs
David Ayers on Apr 18, 2019
easy to use
Dave on Apr 6, 2019
Edward O on Mar 26, 2019
Remove need for bottling bucket or swirling in priming sugar for hoppy ales that get easily oxidized. Also great for small batches.
Cody S on Mar 24, 2019
Easiest way to bottle
Ethan C on Mar 21, 2019
always nice to have on hand
Bobby on Mar 19, 2019
Rodrigo A on Mar 19, 2019
Roxanne S on Mar 5, 2019
No time to get to the local store.
James T on Mar 5, 2019
I'm tired of waiting 10 days after bottling for a beer that may or may not be carbonated.
chris l on Mar 2, 2019
for wife's 1 gallon ciders
christopher w on Feb 26, 2019
Easy to use.
Joe R on Jan 23, 2019
Ease of use
Miguel A L on Jan 23, 2019
Sometimes I only want to bottle a little to give to my friends and keg the rest. This makes it possible to skip the bottling bucket and bottle just a few, then keg the rest
Christopher Taylor on Jan 18, 2019
good to have on hand for the next time I keg something
Lisa C on Jan 18, 2019
Used them before, very convenient
Edward S on Jan 1, 2019
I bottle beer
Jonathan H on Dec 3, 2018
Better than priming sugar.
Mark R on Oct 30, 2018
I have had good carbonation results in both 12 and 22 oz bottles in the past
Eric S on Oct 16, 2018
figured I'd need them with the Deluxe Bench capper
Richard de la T on Oct 12, 2018
Ethan I on Sep 25, 2018
almost out...I prefer it to mixing a sugar solution for bottle fermentation
William A on Sep 13, 2018
Need for cider carbonation. easy to use.
Roberto B on Sep 3, 2018
ran out
elmerson v on Aug 2, 2018
ease of use
Steve J on Aug 2, 2018
They work great love them
Matthew Shrader on Jul 20, 2018
Use them to bottle a 6 pack before kegging
Stephen A on Jul 17, 2018
easier than mixing a batch for bottling
William A on Jun 2, 2018
extra kick for cider in bottles
Kevin G on May 17, 2018
Easy to use
Shannon W on May 15, 2018
I find this better then the corn sugar
Matthew Shrader on Apr 23, 2018
trying different drops/tabs to determine which works best
Valued C on Apr 20, 2018
So much easier to use than measuring and boiling sugar.
Steve M on Apr 12, 2018
I had carbonation issues with the corn sugar method. Therefore, I want to try this method.
Jack L on Apr 4, 2018
Fix poorly carbonated beer
Chris D on Mar 24, 2018
easy bottling, consistent dose
William A on Mar 16, 2018
needed for cider
Chad I on Mar 16, 2018
To carbonate in finishing vessels
Michael Ferguson on Mar 9, 2018
a vanilla imp stout didn't carbonate vary well in bottle. going to recap with stuff and see what happens
CLINT S on Mar 9, 2018
I like that carbonation drops give an equal amount of sugar per bottle.
Matthew P on Mar 7, 2018
for the cider
Taylor F on Mar 4, 2018
Makes bottling easier
Eric B on Sep 11, 2019
Try something new
Ryan C on Aug 28, 2019
How long do you wait for carbonation after you apply tablet to bottle?
Dennis Hannaford on Jan 17, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I always waited at least 8-10 days. It'll take a little while for the drop(s) to dissolve, and since I do it in my basement, which is the coolest part of the house, the yeast will take a little longer to work, which is desirable since I don't want the slightest off-taste from hyperactive yeast, small as the amount might be. Plus, I like to let it sit around a few days anyway just to smooth out the flavor. There might be a shorter wait time, but that's just the way I do it, and have generally had good results with the carbonation drops.

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Almost perfect
I added 1 drop per 12 ounce bottle and it was semi-carbonated. I did see that the date on the bag was from like 2-3 years ago so I am not sure if age plays a part. I would be hesitant in putting 2 drops in but it may need some experimentation.
April 15, 2019
6 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Hi Tony - Have the beers fully carbonated since review?
April 16, 2019
Zach R Staff
Don't work for me at all
Did all the normal steps of bottling except for adding sugar to the bottling bucket. Instead added one of these to each bottle. A month later, and only VERY slight carbonation (like one layer of very fine bubbles, even with an aggresive pour). Kept them at 70 degrees in my temp controlled chamber like my other beers. Nice idea, but I guess cutting corners never works out in the end. Beer I bottled the normal way (sugar in the bottling bucket) has carbed up just fine in two weeks in the same environment as these. When at 70 degrees, has some light head, but when chilled to temp, nothing (see accompanying pictures). On right, chilled beer from the fridge, on left, beer at 70 degrees.
on left-beer at 70 Deg F  (both poured aggressively), on right, chilled in the fridge.
on left-beer at 70 Deg F (both poured aggressively), on right, chilled in the fridge.
April 14, 2019
7 months ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Hey so sorry about your experience. We try very hard to create the best experience for our customers and provide quality products. Please give us a call at 1-800-600-0033 or email us at info@moreflavor.com so that we can assist you. We are here to help. Cheers!
April 15, 2019
Tyler W Staff
I love these. I know they’re more expend than the corn sugar, but it’s so hassle free. I don’t use a secondary fermentation(no space), so it cuts bottling in half.
April 11, 2019
5 months ago
None too Short
I have used these in the past and I am quite happy with this product. One drop in a 12 oz. bottle comes out at a nice medium carbonation. Beware the description though, there are only 60 drops per bag, not the 80 it says.
August 1, 2018
1 year ago
Response from MoreFlavor
Hi Jon - Thank you for bringing this to our attention, we will have this adjusted to represent to correct amount.
August 7, 2018
Zach R Staff
I recommend them
I tried them for very first time . Happy because was so easy to calculate the right amount and the final result was excellent
May 31, 2018
1 year ago
The only problem with these carbonation drops is there are only 60 in a bag
February 18, 2018
1 year ago
Added an odd flavor. Too large. I like the smaller ones better; the kind that allow you to add 1-3 to select your preferred level of carbonation.

Would not buy again
January 27, 2018
1 year ago