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pH Indicator Strips - (range 2.8-4.4 for fermented beverages)
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pH Indicator Strips - (range 2.8-4.4 for fermented beverages)

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These pH paper testing strips can be used to test fermented beverages such as Kombucha Tea and wine. Kombucha Tea is ready to drink when it registers at 4.0 or lower.

Testing Strip Range: 2.8 to 4.4

25 pH strips per vial

More information: pH testing is not a requirement for Kombucha brewing. In fact, most home brewers do not test the pH level of their batches. However, we do recommend pH testing if a person wishes to deviate from a standard recipe (e.g., use less sugar, use a tea other than black or green tea, etc.) or has a batch that appears to be culturing abnormally. Ultimately we recommend using good judgment and adhering to a standard recipe when brewing Kombucha Tea. If in doubt, test the pH level and never consume Kombucha Tea that looks, smells, or tastes unpleasant.




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