An essential part of wine making, this degassing tool is used to help aid fining and removal of co2 in wine.
Perfect size for demi-johns & small buckets.
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After fermentation there is CO2 dissolved in your wine. If you are wanting to clear your wine using finings, then it's best to knock this carbon dioxide out of suspension otherwise it can prevent the wine clearing.
Perfect for smaller brewing vessels as you want to degas the wine from as low as possible in the fermenting vessel. Long enough to get to the bottom of a 1 gallon (4.5 litre) demi-john or small bucket.
Simply put the whip into into a hand drill and on low speed allow the whip to stir the wine swiftly, but not too quickly as you do not want to introduce air into the wine. Remember, you are just using it to knock the dissolved gas out.
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