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White Labs Yeast Nutrient - WLN1000
AD320
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White Labs Yeast Nutrient is used to help increase the health of your yeast.  Healthy yeast is vital for a clean and complete fermentation, which will also help to prevent off-flavors in your homebrew. Contains diammonium phosphate, essential vitamins and co-factors, nitrogen (amino acids, proteins, and peptides) and minerals. The White Labs Yeast Nutrient provides an effective boost for first and/or late generation yeast slurry. If grist is not 100% malt, then yeast nutrient can help make up for lack of nutrients.

For commercial use, each package contains 1.0 oz, enough for 5bbls. For homebrew use, each 1/2 tsp. from the package is good for 5 gallons.

Item # AD320
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Weight 0.25LBS
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always use it
Richard D. L on May 21, 2018
Needed to resupply
Michael Crick on Feb 8, 2018
always use it
Richard D. L on May 21, 2018
Happy yeast, good beer!!
Thomas R on Mar 2, 2018
Needed to resupply
Michael Crick on Feb 8, 2018
Happy yeast, good beer!!
Thomas R on Mar 2, 2018
Would this product work for hard cider?
Paul Sieg on Feb 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Although cider is not my main fermentation, I would think a yeast nutrient is especially necessary for cider. Beer wort has more nutrients of its own, but fruit juice is almost solely sugar by comparison. I use a half tsp per 5 gallons beer, I might double that for cider.
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Less is more. Good stuff.
There are a lot of yeast nutrients on the market. I go with this for two reasons. It’s from a yeast maker and you need compariably little of this to others.

Why do I use nutrients? To help promote healthy yeast and minimize off beer flavours.
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