I mistakenly added 1/2 teaspoon (undiluted) Calcium chloride to 3 liters of red wine.
Will my wine be drinkable.
Main concern is any health issues
A: the calcium chloride changes or lowers the pH. While this dose is a bit more than normally used, would not risk health concerns and would just change the mouthfeel and some taste profile in the wine with the lower pH
Q: How much gr. is a teaspon ? Is it anhydrous?
A: This is food grade anhydrous and the amount of grams in a teaspoon would be around 4 grams per teaspoon
Q: Can this be used for cheese also besides brewing?
A: Yes, this would well for making cheese as well as beer andwine
Q: Is this hydrous?
A: This is a food grade Anhydrous Calcium Chloride in pellet form at 94-97%
Q: Hello, I was wondering what the purity of this calcium chloride was? Please let me know. Thank you!
A: The information provided by the supplier indictaes 94-97%.