lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

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Re: lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

Postby Bilsch » Wed Oct 26, 2016 3:19 am

Great info.. thanks Mr AA
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Re: lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

Postby Bryan R » Wed Oct 26, 2016 7:07 am

Just an FYI antiox-c is potassium meta, keep that in mind.
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Re: lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

Postby lupulus » Wed Oct 26, 2016 10:11 am

FYI - The Italian group AEB produces two antioxidants
ANTIOXIN SBT - PMB + AA + Gallotannins / Mash addition
ANTIOXIN SB - PMB and AA / at bottling
Given that I cannot trace the manufacturer of Antiox C, it is quite possible that BSG buys from AEB and fractions it for sale in the US. (Do you guys know different?).

For Antioxin SBT
The recommended dose for a 5 gallon batch, which is about 30-33L of wort in a full volume mash is about 2-3.5g of Antioxin SBT, to simplify, we can assume that 3g of Antioxin SBT are 1g gallotannins, 1g AA, and 1g PMB (we know we can replace PMB with SMB partially or totally).
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Re: lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

Postby homoeccentricus » Wed Oct 26, 2016 11:22 am

Aromax.

http://www.aebafrica.co.za/antioxy/AROM ... nglese.pdf

50% potassium pyrosulphate
35% ascorbic acid
15% gallotannins

[EDIT] 20 grams per hl, increases so2 by 54 ppm
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Re: lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

Postby homoeccentricus » Wed Oct 26, 2016 12:28 pm

So if my calculations are correct, that's 10g/hl SMB, 7g/hl AA, 3g/hl BTB.
The SMB and BTB amounts match, so my assumption is that 7g/hl is what can be used for AA.
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Re: lodo w/SMB vs lodo w/AA

Postby Bryan R » Wed Oct 26, 2016 6:43 pm

Antiox-c is most certainly ANTIOXIN SB.

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