Description

SORGAINASE is a mixture of vegetal endoproteases and fungal exopeptidase standardised to 160 tyrosine units with a proteic hydrolysate. The endoproteolytic fraction hydrolyses proteins, peptides, amides, amino-acids esters, preferently of basic amino-acids, leucine and glycine. The fungal exopeptidase has an amino-peptidase activity with special affinity for leucine, alanine and glycine. PURPOSES To increase the free amino-nitrogen content when brewing with high levels of raw sorghum. To reach a sufficient free amino-nitrogen level to ensure normal fermentation when brewing with 100% of raw sorghum. The use of raw instead of malted sorghum has many advantages like no mold growth, no malting losses, normal wort filtration rate and avoids the typical raspberry-like flavour imparted to the beer by malted sorghum. The starch liquefaction and saccharification of raw sorghum is described in the technical leaflets of Liquamyl T and Sorgamyl. TEMPERATURE Optimum 45-55°C. pH EFFECT...

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Sorgamyl Liquamyl T Sorgainase Extract Yield (%) Final Apparent Attenuation % Total sugars (g Sorgamyl Liquamyl T Sorgainase Extract Yield (%) Final Apparent Attenuation % Total sugars (g

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