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Sugar for Brewing & Winemaking - 1kg

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Sugar acts as fuel for the yeast and is needed to get the fermenting stage happening.

However, not all sugars are the same. The white stuff you get in the supermarket is a combination of sucrose and dextrose. The yeast have to break this down so that it can eat the sugar.

Sugar for brewing has already been broken down into its constituent parts making it easier for the yeast to do its job. This means a better brew as the yeast are able to get to work faster and without the extra work.

Not all Beer and wine kits require you to use sugar. Some of the better quality, more expensive kits do not require any. In most cases if you do need it for a homebrew kit it will specify how much you need (normally around 1kg for beer and 3kg for wine). Just always be sure to check whether you need it or not first.

Brewing sugar is used in the primary fermentation stage and secondary fermentation stage. When you barrel your beer you can add a but extra to help clear and condition the beer. Likewise for bottling beers and ciders you can add some to condition the brew to get a nice fizzy, clear finish.

Sku: Y7456

Number of available units : 24

£2.25
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