Used as a fining agent in your brew and helps to clarify your beer. When mixed with water gelatine will create a thin solution that is positively charged and this will attract negatively charged particles (proteins and yeast). This whole ‘clump’ settle at the bottom of your fermenter.
Boil 250 ml water and let cool to 65˚C or below.
Measure out 1 teaspoon of gelatin and dissolve in the water. (1teaspoon of gelatin is enough for 18L of brew)
Pour mixture into your fermenter and allow the beer to stand for 2 days and clear. You can also cold crash to speed up the clearing process.
Bottle or keg as usual.