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Campden Tablets (Sodium Metabisulphite) - 25 Tablets
AD525

Campden Tablets (Sodium Metabisulphite) - 25 Tablets

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Sodium metabisulfite campden tablets are an excellent way to remove chloramine from tap water prior for brewing. Simply crush up one campden tablet, drop it in your brewing water prior to adding anything else, and proceed as normal!

Item # AD525
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Weight 0.06 LBS
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Removes chloramines from brewing water
William W on Aug 2, 2022
Better beer quality
John Van D on Jul 27, 2022
Removes chloramines from brewing water
William W on Aug 2, 2022
Added to get free shipping
Steven G on Jul 31, 2022
Better beer quality
John Van D on Jul 27, 2022
I use filtered tap water and use this to get the chloride out
Joseph on Jul 25, 2022
for fruit addition to beer
Jacob P on Jul 14, 2022
Chlorine
Chris C on Jul 7, 2022
to brew mead
Jason B on May 27, 2022
Mead
Benjamin S on Apr 21, 2022
Looking to treat my water
John S on Apr 14, 2022
Economical for me
Tomas R on Mar 14, 2022
Quicker than boiling
Cycle Keys O on Mar 5, 2022
Water profile
Francisco v on Feb 18, 2022
Planning on brews with secondary fermentations
Kyle K on Feb 14, 2022
Chlorine in my tap water
Joel F. on Feb 12, 2022
remove disinfectant from water
Joseph S K on Feb 3, 2022
Making mead
Tomas M on Feb 1, 2022
worked well
James D on Nov 10, 2021
Most wine recipes call for this ingredient
Kristin L on Oct 13, 2021
better water profile
Ryan E on Sep 29, 2021
Wine Making
Sean S on Sep 25, 2021
Could’ve find them anywhere else
Al on Sep 18, 2021
dechlorination
Schuyler Campbell on Sep 14, 2021
they taste great
Mark S on Sep 9, 2021
For initial preferment sterilization of the must.
Vince on Aug 13, 2021
Part of a recipe
Matt A on Aug 6, 2021
Because I have city water
Chris S on Jul 15, 2021
Easy to measure
Ewart B on Jun 17, 2021
De-chlorinate/de-oxygenate my brew water.
James Hogan on Jun 16, 2021
Free shipping rocks!
Rick k on Jun 7, 2021
Wanted to see if it made a difference at such a low cost.
Michael W on May 1, 2021
Water treatment
Michael F on Apr 28, 2021
Mead Making
Stephan S on Apr 1, 2021
Improving my water
Chase K. A on Mar 30, 2021
beer ingredient
Michael G on Mar 27, 2021
need for mead
Benjamin D on Mar 25, 2021
Nobody like Chlorine
Geoffrey N on Feb 25, 2021
I need this for my other wines
junor on Jan 22, 2021
beer water
Mark S on Jan 14, 2021
Wine making
Andrew L on Jan 9, 2021
Making mead.
Cheryl H on Nov 22, 2020
one of the essentials of home wine making
Richard B M on Nov 19, 2020
Pretty common for controlling yeast in unpasteurized juice for cider brewing.
David T on Nov 18, 2020
because I need it...
Casey R on Nov 11, 2020
I think I probably have chloramine in my water so its a safety precaution for better tasting beer.
Gerard Natale on Nov 5, 2020
Prevent infections in store bought non pastruized juice
Sanad Al I on Nov 3, 2020
Everry brewer should already know about this...
Kenneth S on Oct 28, 2020
Have used before
Eve V on Oct 26, 2020
Mead sterilization, so I do not have to heat the honey
Steve C on Oct 20, 2020
water adjustment
Craig D on Sep 29, 2020
To sterilize the pump
LUIGI DEFLAVIIS J on Sep 24, 2020
Added to get free shipping
Steven G on Jul 31, 2022
I use filtered tap water and use this to get the chloride out
Joseph on Jul 25, 2022
what is the amount of active sodium metabisulfite per tablet? I know it can range by manufacturer. Is it listed on the package?
Carol H on Apr 3, 2018
How much would you add to one gal. milk jugs? I have multiple jugs in storage.
fred goeldi on Nov 7, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hello Fred, 1 tab is sufficient for 5-20 gallons. For a 1 gallon vessel, you will only need to use a small piece of 1 tab.
Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
Works as it should to remove chlorine/chloramine.
Purchased for removing chlorine and chloramine from mash/brewing water. Works as it should. 1/2 tab to treat 5 gallons of water seems fine.
September 1, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great
Works great and as described
April 8, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Saved the day
Added the tablets to a tank of wine that was stale tasting. The tablets saved the wine. The postage was more than the cost of the tablets
November 19, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Works great
These are an indispensable part of my wine making.
September 23, 2020
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Works perfectly for removing chloramine and chlorine.
April 22, 2020
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
worked well. will order again.
October 1, 2019
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
No more chloramines!
My city water is treated with chloramines, so I bought some of these. They are easy to use and cheap.
May 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Save money on water.
Instead of buying bottled or packaged spring water, you can convert your municipal tap water into a more ideal profile using this to remove chloramine. I have noticed fewer off flavors and a saison made with this came out great!
May 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Removes chloramine
I was having off flavors with some of my beers using local tap water even though I have a whole house filter system. It is just a sediment filter to remove large particles. I found out that many water supplies use chloramine for purification of water and that might have been the culprit. Since using a single campden tablet in my brew water for up to 10 gallons(I think it can be used for up to 20 gallons), my beers have all seemed to be better.
May 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
Great water
As others noted this is part of my water regimen to prevent any chloramine.
May 31, 2013