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Excludes Grolsch style glass bottles and some bulky items.
This 3 Way Sugar Measurer is great to use when making cider or beer so you know exactly how much sugar to add for the size bottle you are using.
A sugar measure, also known as a sugar or priming scoop, is used for priming your beer or cider when bottling.
Marked for three separate measures (0.33, 0.5, 0.75) for three separate bottle sizes (330ml, 500ml, 750ml).
For ales in a 750ml bottle, you can use the 330ml or 500ml measure to reduce issues with excessive carbonation. The 500ml can be used with pale/bitter ales and the 330ml measure for stouts and porters to ensure a well-balanced lower carbonation.
About Mad Millie
Mad Millie is a young Kiwi company with a passion and love for all things delicious and handcrafted. We also love to share our passion with you by giving you the opportunity to do this yourself at home.
We're famous for our cheese making kits which allow you to make an array of gourmet cheeses such as feta, cheddar, halloumi, mozzarella, Camembert and more, as well as including making butter! Homemade cheese is something we want to prove can be done in your kitchen with your own hands! Plus they make fantastic gifts too.
We don't stop there though. What better way to accompany your gourmet cheese than with homemade sausages, cider, beer, yoghurt and more. Our Fresh Sausage Kit is packed with homemade sausage making recipes, our Boutique Brewery Kits allow you to make refreshing cider or beer to help quench your thirst and we look after you too with kits such as Greek Yoghurt and Kefir that are full of healthy benefits!
The beauty of making things yourself is that you know exactly what goes in it, you can avoid nasty additives and you can make it just how you like it! Don't just take our word for it though we've had others tell us how much they enjoy our kits too.
We've made it easy, quick and provided you with anything specialised, so why don't you give it a try!