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Chitosan Finings 1% (D2) - Hillbilly Stills

Operation Homebrew Chitosan - Chitosan Wine Finings (D2) Gently stir into wine, beer, or alco-base at the rate of 150-200 ml per HL (1.5 - 2 gallons per 1000 gallons).
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  • Chitosan wine finings are used to clear wine post fermentation. Chitosan 1% solution is a positively charged fining agent used to remove excess tannin, dead yeast cells, and floccular precipitate. Allow 12-48 hours in a cool area to fully clear.

    Contains : Water, Chitosan (shellfish derivative), Acetic Acid

    Chitosan wine finings are used to clear wine post fermentation. Chitosan 1% solution is a positively charged fining agent used to remove excess tannin, dead yeast cells, and floccular precipitate. Allow 12-48 hours in a cool area to fully clear.

    Contains : Water, Chitosan (shellfish derivative), Acetic Acid

  • LQ Chitosan 1% - 1 Liter

    Chitosan wine finings are used to clear wine post fermentation. Chitosan 1% solution is a positively charged fining agent used to remove excess tannin, dead yeast cells, and floccular precipitate. Allow 12-48 hours in a cool area to fully clear.

    Contains : Water, Chitosan (shellfish derivative), Acetic Acid

    Study Type: Interventional
    Study Design: Allocation: Randomized
    Endpoint Classification: Safety Study
    Intervention Model: Crossover Assignment
    Masking: Double Blind (Subject, Investigator)
    Primary Purpose: Prevention
    Official Title: Safety of Chitosan as Wine Fining Agent in Shrimp Allergic Patients

  • Arms Assigned Interventions
    Placebo Comparator: control group
    Chitosan as wine fining agent
    Other: Control
    Active Comparator: Shrimp allergic patients
    Chitosan as wine fining agent
    Other: Chitosan as wine fining agent
    The possibility of allergic reactions attributed to traces of chitosan used as a fining agent in wine has not been ruled out, particularly in shrimp allergic patients to whom small traces of the potential allergen may be enough to trigger anaphylactic reactions.

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