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Chill Filtering Temperature

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I have a new chiller and want to test chill filtering my apple brandy. The question is ... how cold do I need to make the brandy for the chill filtering process to be effective? Thanks, Tom

We take everything down to 20F. You need a turbidity meter to check the clarity. We don't accept anything above .600 NTUs.

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