Brewing & Distilling with Flavours
Once you have received your samples, this page provides a quick overview to help you get started with flavouring your beverages. After a little experimenting you'll be able to turn an already good tasting beverage into a great tasting experience.
If you haven't received samples, we offer free sample packs of 1oz flavours for businesses to find the right flavours to enhance their products. Get a sample pack.
Approximate Usage in Beverages
|0.1 — 0.3% by volume|
|Unit of measurement||Amount of flavour (approx.)|
|1 BBL (31 Gallons)||4 — 12oz|
|100 Gallon Still||12 — 36oz|
|1 Hectoliter (100 Liter)||100 — 300mL|
- Add flavour after fermentation is complete.
- Start low, it is better to have a subtle back note of flavour than to use too much and ruin an entire batch.
- Experiment with flavouring a finished product before trying a full batch. Example: Add 1ml (0.1%) of flavour to 1000ml of beer.
16oz of Flavour
Flavour 41 — 125 gallons of beer
32oz of Flavour
Flavour 83 — 250 gallons of cider
1 Gallon of Flavour
Flavour 333 — 1000 gallons of kombucha
5 Gallons of Flavour
Flavour 1,666 — 5,000 gallons of whiskey
55 Gallons of Flavour
Flavour 18,000 — 55,000 gallons of seltzer
275 Gallons of Flavour
Flavour 91,000 — 275,000 gallons of vodka
If you're looking for a flavour that isn't in our library, or would like specific ingredients, certifications, or a different base, we offer custom flavour manufacturing. Learn more.