There is a growing need for the use of exogenous enzymes in brewing.
SEBrew® Malt: Improving Brewing Capacity and Individuality By Effectively Converting Adjuncts:
Exogenous enzymes enable the brewer to convert adjuncts effectively and make it possible to produce good quality beer even when there is shortage of malted barley. Traditionally, exogenous enzymes have been used either in the mash cooker or in the mash conversion vessel to convert the starch present in adjunct to soluble sugars and dextrins.
Today, enzyme formulation such as SEBrew® Malt from Specialty Enzymes and Biotechnologies are available to convert all types of cereal adjuncts within the mash conversion vessel during the standard mashing cycle itself without a need for a separate mash cooker. These enzyme formulations can also reduce viscosity, increase filtration rate, improve yields and reduce astringency.
In the current and emerging scenario of shortage of malted barley, the use of exogenous enzymes such as SEBrew® Malt, will enable the brewer to get desired properties of wort with respect to sugar profiles, level of dextrins, level of free-amino-nitrogen (FAN) and perhaps the desired kind of peptides and produce excellent quality beer, without increasing the cost of production and without any additional equipment.
Specialty Enzymes and Biotechnologies Co is committed to meeting the needs of brewers with its range of enzyme products by delivering solutions customized to individual needs.