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Mangrove Jack's Carbonation Drops

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Mangrove Jack's Carbonation Drops

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Use these carbonation drops for fast and easy bottling of beer and cider! These drops replace priming sugar and eliminate guess work when priming your beer. Add one drop per 12 fl oz bottle, two per 22 fl oz bottle, or as directed below.

  • 60 drops per bag
  • Made in New Zealand


Instructions for Using Mangrove Jack's Carbonation Drops:

  • For 350 mL bottles, use 1 drop per bottle.
  • For 750 mL bottles, use 2 drops per bottle.
  • For 12 fl oz bottles, use 1 drop per bottle.
  • For 22 fl oz bottles, use 2 drops per bottle.
  • For 1.25 L bottles, use 3 drops per bottle.
  • For 2 L bottles, use 4 drops per bottle.



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  • Sugar, Glucose syrup (from corn). This product does not contain ingredients derived from genetically modified sources.


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  • From Mark at 4/9/2016 11:28 AM
    • 2 questions:

      1. How long does it take for the carbonation drops to achieve carbonation? I've used them on 12 oz bottles and it's been a week. Is it ready or should they go a little longer.
      2. Should the beer be stored at room temperature or in the frig when you're carbonation drops are active? Do you get better results at room temperature?

    • You can certainly check one bottle now to see how the carbonation is progressing, but general rule of thumb is 2-3 weeks at room temperature. 70º is good. Once you've achieved the carbonation level you like, you can store the beer in the fridge, or it may become over-carbonated.
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