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Yeast Nutrient - Diammonium Phosphate (DAP)
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Diammonium Phosphate (DAP). A source of nitrogen for yeast. Use .5 - .75 grams per gallon (1/2 tsp per 5 gallons) of must to aid yeast and help reduce later problems with hydrogen sulfide. There is a superior nutrient regimen (using Go-Ferm and Fermaid K) for wine making:

Click here for a PDF of the MoreWine Manual on re-hydrating wine yeast and a recommended nutrient addition.

A rough approximate of weight is 1 tsp = 3.1 grams. We highly recommend using a scale to weigh the product for an accurate dose. We do not recommend relying on these rough conversions for accurate dosage rates.

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Mead
William H on Oct 25, 2018
Heard good things
Zach W on Oct 5, 2018
Mead
William H on Oct 25, 2018
Because it lets me make awesome mead
Thomas R on Oct 9, 2018
Heard good things
Zach W on Oct 5, 2018
Must have
Joel S on Oct 4, 2018
Need it for making cider.
Dan F on Sep 5, 2018
idk what this does, but I love my yeast and want them to be healthy
Anthony C on Aug 18, 2018
It helps so I don't get any stalled fermentation. I also add go fern
James B on Aug 14, 2018
Use in Mead making to keep yeast alive
CBR rider on Aug 9, 2018
a wine making friend told me about it
Valued C on Aug 3, 2018
Making a mead
Jeremy W on Jul 25, 2018
fermentation supplement
Robert G on May 18, 2018
To make happy yeast!
Erik P on May 8, 2018
using for mead
David P on Apr 4, 2018
For mead
Gerg on Mar 16, 2018
mead
David V on Mar 2, 2018
A mead recipe called for it
Mark M on Feb 15, 2018
Because it lets me make awesome mead
Thomas R on Oct 9, 2018
Must have
Joel S on Oct 4, 2018
Will the addition of diammonium phosphate produced geranium smells in wine after doing MLF?
David J Hosta on Apr 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This was an addition to my high gravity IPA ale as a supplemental yeast nutrient for accelerating fermentation.
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High quality packaging and shipping!
April 2, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
DAP in the right amount is a good thing.
Grapes like children should be fed on a regular basis in order to thrive. But one can do better feeding kids than meet the daily calorie count with chocolates. In the same was grapes can make do on DAP to meet their minimum nutritional requirements, but they will be about as healthy as those chocolate-fed children.

All the wisest advice says dole out DAP in small quantities. Too mush is a bad thing, a little does a lot of good, but only a little.

So follow the wise guys and treat DAP as a light treat for the grapes. Do not over do it.
February 2, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Good Nutrient
I make a lot of mead and honey has little to no nutrients. I use DAP along with Fermaid K to provide my yeasts with the nutrients they need for a healthy fermentation. This is the difference from those meads that used to take years to ferment and modern mead fermentation the is measured in weeks.
May 1, 2014