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KICK Carrageenan Micro-T Tablets

KICK Carrageenan Micro-T Tablets

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KICK Carrageenan™ Micro-T is a recently developed fining tablet designed to improve flocculation and clarity in the boil kettle. KICK is more powerful than generic Irish Moss and correctly calibrated so that each tablet treats 5 gallons of wort. Developed by Gusmer Enterprises, multiple sources of highly purified Kappa Carrageenan were tested over a period of two years to ultimately find the souce and quality grade that was the most effective at binding haze-forming proteins and other small particles in beer wort. 

One tablet treats 5 gallons so unlike Whirlfloc you are not overdosing. For best results, add 5 minutes prior to the end of the boil. Quickly dissolves.

The active ingreident, Kappa Carrageenan, is a high molecular weight polysaccharide derived from red seaweed. 

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Clarity
Sanad Al I on Nov 3, 2020
Cheaper than the alternative
Adam H on May 25, 2020
Clarity
Sanad Al I on Nov 3, 2020
satisfied with previous use
Robert B on Aug 18, 2020
Cheaper than the alternative
Adam H on May 25, 2020
It was recommended in the recipe for the kit that I bought
Scott S on May 14, 2020
Wanted to compare against whirlfloc.
mike b on Apr 30, 2020
seemed like a good idea at the time
John R on Mar 23, 2020
Low on inventory.
Jeff Dahlseid on Mar 2, 2020
better than whirlful loc tablets
keith b on Feb 12, 2020
More convenient than splitting Whirlfloc tabs.
Robert B on Jan 16, 2020
Trying it out
Matthew Z on Jan 4, 2020
satisfied with previous use
Robert B on Aug 18, 2020
It was recommended in the recipe for the kit that I bought
Scott S on May 14, 2020
Does not dissolve easily in boiling wort. Any secret to using?
Walter Rutkoski on Dec 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I've not experienced this problem, but if I did I would try crushing the tablet before adding it to the wort. You might also consider putting it in a bit sooner (e.g., if you're adding it at five minutes before flameout, you could try ten minutes).
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Antonio is Right
Gusmer Enterprises rep called with same recommendation: add earlier, or presoak in water before adding to boil pot. Better product than overdosing with Whirlfloc, which I save for 10 gallon batches.
December 3, 2019
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