Sorbate DOES NOT kill yeast! It only prevents the yeast from budding, and inhibits renewed yeast activity under the correct conditions. Although sorbate prevents yeast refermentation, it may not stop an active (or sluggish) fermentation. You should add .5 to .75 grams per gallon of Sorbate WITH .5 gram KMETA per gallon to effectively stop fermentation.
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