There is something wrong with your SO2 calculation. You say BYO recommends 30 mg/L of SO2 and then, you suggest adding 2.6 ml of 10% SO2 solution. However, 10% solution means 10 g/100 ml. This translates into 2.6 g of SO2 per gallon (approximately 4 L), which is roughly 0.65 g/L or 650 mg/L. This is about 20 times more that suggested 30 mg/L. Or perhaps, I’m missing something (I know, I didn’t account for pH).

Jarek

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