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Old 01-06-2013, 06:33 PM   #11
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Default old thread but..

I realize this is an older thread. Since Clarity Ferm is still relatively new, and many search the forums for information....I thought it would be good to correct some info.

White Labs is very clear: clarity ferm works as a "preventive" measure to keep long chain proteins from forming during does not "break down" the proteins once they have formed. The directions call for the product to be added when the yeast is pitched...adding the product after fermentation will have very little benefit.

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