Brewsy GoClear - monthly subscription
It clarifies anything. It helps prevent oxidation. It reduces time to cold crash. It helps strip bitter flavors. It even will improve your cider game.

After three months of development and over 300 trials, the first ever 3-in-1 clarifying agent is here at last.

One tablespoon is one dose – and each dose clarifies one gallon overnight. Each package has 15 doses.
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why GoClear?
not only are clear wines, ciders, and meads more appealing – they even taste better, too. ‍

but we weren't happy with the fining agents on the market – they simply didn't do enough. so we invented our own. here's the GoClear difference:
GoClear clears your wine in one shot – not 3 or 4
GoClear specifically removes bitter flavors & yeasty taste
GoClear helps prevent oxidation to increase lifespan of your wines
GoClear is safe & non-toxic at any quantity
how GoClear works
we've developed the world's first three-in-one fining & clarifying powder for those of us who want sparkling clear wines, ciders, and meads – fast.

crystal clear wine is just a click away. here's how it works:
1. hydrate the GoClear
using the included scoop, add a scoop of GoClear to 3/4 cup of warm water, stir, and wait 30 - 60 mins.
2. heat it up
microwave the slurry in 30 second increments until it's steaming hot, but not boiling – the best temp is 170°F (but not 180°F)
3. stir again a few times and add to your wine, cider, or mead
pour the GoClear in, shake it around, and wait 12 hours.
3X clearing power
at Brewsy, we believe in the power of science to improve at-home winemaking.

and because we care about transparency, we're happy to share exactly what's inside:
gelatin has been used since ancient roman times to remove proteins and suspended solids from wine, adding brilliant clarity.
powdered bentonite
bentonite is an american clay reknown in the wine world for its exceptional ability to extract finer particulates (like suspended yeast). ours is finely powdered to allow for even stronger & quicker clarification.
PVPP is a recent innovation in winemaking – it's a small molecule that swells in water and is able to remove even smaller particulates from your wine than bentonite or gelatin can, especially helping to remove bitter compounds.
any questions?
for any question at all (including the use of GoClear!), you can text our cell 24/7. one of our winemaking experts is always waiting on the other side to chat with you!

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GoClear Dosage
Use this chart below to figure out the proper dosage for your wine, cider, or mead. It's best to get water to 170°F (but not more than 180°F).
less than 3/4 gallon (96 fl oz) 3/4 - 1 gallon 1 - 1.5 gallons
Red Wine 1 teaspoon 1/2 tablespoon 1/2 tablespoon
Cider 1 teaspoon 1/2 tablespoon 3/4 tablespoon
White Wine
or Fruit Wine
1 teaspoon 1/2 tablespoon 3/4 tablespoon
& use this much water: 1/4 cup 1/2 cup 3/4 cup

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
So much fun

This is a very fun new hobby that I'm really glad I took up, coming up with new recipes and seeing how they turn out, sharing them with friends and family, yeah y'all might have created a monster lol

Fun hobby

Brewsy is a fun way to make your own alcoholic drink at home. You can use grape juice for more of a wine taste, or use any other liquid you'd like to try. It is inexpensive enough to have some misses along with your hits. Soon you will find your favorites!

It’s a fun, new hobby that I don’t want to quit!

It’s super easy to make wine super fast! If you can follow directions, you can successfully make a good, drinkable wine. I’m having a lot of fun and each batch of wine I make tastes better than the last. 👍🏻👍🏻

Loving my Brewsy wines!

I’m on my third batch of wine. So much fun. So far my favorite has been the white cranberry peach. Least fav was the organic grape but still good. I found it took the organic grape a good three months of sitting in the fridge. Once it cleared the taste was much improved. I did try out the goclear on my peach wine. Didn’t make much of a difference and I found some floaty things in it after. But the flavor may be a little less yeasty. What I’ve found is patience is the key. The longer you let it sit the better. It’s such a fun little hobby. I will probably never be a wine connoisseur but I love making this myself. Thanks for the all the support!!!!

Clearest wine I've made yet

My brewsy batches have all been tasting incredible, but when giving them to friends, I've wished them to be a little less cloudy. Just used it on some cranberry wine I had made and it turned out great! So clear!!


Very easy to do. We’ve made white grape twice (favorite), cranberry, and strawberry kiwi watermelon. It’s a fun pastime! Finally bought Go Clear and it works great!


I have to say I wasn't sure about it at first, but now I know for a fact I'm hooked on brewsy!!! It's so easy to make your own wine from basically anything!!! 100% recommend this to anyone who's looking to start making their own wine!!!!


Love it so far!

Brewsy is the best!

Hands down some of the best customer service I’ve ever experienced! Brewsy makes the process fun and simple for a reasonable cost. If you’re on the fence just do it!

Super fun and easy

It's superfine and easy. The customer service is excellent. I have found however that if you do per instructions it's good but kind of yeasty and hard to clear. I have found that if you extend all the wait times it'll be much clearer and better. And the FB group is a wonderful.