White Labs Clarity Ferm Enzyme 10 ml vial BB: 21/03/2026

White Labs Clarity Ferm Enzyme 10 ml vial BB: 21/03/2026

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1 vial per 23 litre brew.

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Clarity Ferm is an easy-to-use enzyme that eliminates chill haze in beer and serves as an alternative for clarifying and stabilizing the appearance of beer. Additional benefits also include cost savings for breweries, enhanced efficiencies, and innovation proven to reduce gluten.

While the enzyme helps break down the sensitive (haze-active) polypeptides that create chill haze, its reaction is very specific, so you can rest assured that no other beer parameters (i.e. flavor, aroma) will be affected.

Clarity Ferm may be used in combination with all types of brewing materials. Simply add when pitching yeast, and Clarity Ferm will do its work during fermentation. Once fermentation is complete, the possibility of chill haze occurring will be eliminated and you will have a stable and clear beer.

In addition to eliminating chill haze, Clarity Ferm significantly reduces the gluten content in beers made with barley and wheat. A Clarity Ferm treated beer made from barley or wheat will typically test below 20 ppm of gluten, which is the international threshold for brewing considered “gluten free.”

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Weight .010 kg
Country of Origin US
HS Code 3507909000

1 review for White Labs Clarity Ferm Enzyme 10 ml vial BB: 21/03/2026

  1. Adrian Dennehy (verified owner)

    Was a tad dubious about this given the cost per batch but have been impressed with it. Pitched it with the yeast as directed in a Dusseldorfer Altbier. Most of it into a corny keg so will have to see how that comes out when it has conditioned. I had half a dozen bottles out of it and the results within the bottles is very impressive. Much clearer than I usually achieve in a matter of only days. Will likely add this to any kits I order from now onwards and will see what it is like in other batches.

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