A food-grade organic acid used to:
- Reduce alkalinity and mash pH (Taste threshold in
beer: 150 ppm).
- Make a non-rinse sanitizer when mixed with
Directions for use
To reduce alkalinity, prepare a normal solution (1 ml = 1 mEq)
by diluting 96 grams of citric acid to 1 litre. 1 ml of this solution reduces
the alkalinity of water by 50 ppm as CaCO3(1 mEq/L).
To make a non-rinse sanitiser, mix 2 teaspoons (10ml) of
sodium/potassium metabisulfite with 1 teaspoon of citric acid
(5ml) to every gallon (3.8L) of water.
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