The brewing industry has been steadily growing in the past 20 years. More and more craft brewers are emerging from the shadows all competing for the most obscure brew out there. Because of this modern brewing faces the pressures of a growing demand and a limited supply of expensive, high quality malted barley. To meet this increased demand, other cereal grains like maize, broken rice and sorghum are added to the malt. These cereal grains are called adjuncts and are relatively low in natural enzymes and proteins.
As a result, there is a need for additional enzymes to carry out the conversion of starch and proteins smoothly. Specialty Enzymes and Biochemicals Co. specializes in enzyme solutions for high adjunct brewing. Please Visit our website http://www.specialtyenzymes.com and our blog at http://www.enzymesolutionsforbrewing.wordpress.com for more information and articles on the brewing industry.