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Accurate measurements of ⍺- and β-amylases in just 15 minutes

  • icon 1 ensure consistent brews accross harves seasons 100
    ENSURE CONSISTENT BREWS ACROSS HARVEST SEASONS
  • icon 2 reduce mashing time by 40% 100
    REDUCE MASHING TIME BY UP TO 40%
  • icon 3 optimize use of raw materials and processing aids 100
    OPTIMIZE YOUR USE OF RAW MATERIALS AND PROCESSING AIDS
brew master

BREW MASTER JAN PAUL

SVANEKE BRYGHUS A/S

“I knew I could reduce the mashing time, but I was missing a piece of evidence.
Now I found it! The shorter mashing profile had no negative effect on the beer.
The taste, the texture, alcohol content, etc. are the same!”

improve your mashing process

Service

Our service improves your mashing process

For our brewhouse customers, we have developed the ”Brewer’s Dream” service. It may sound too good to be true but it’s not.

Based on our amylase technology and know-how, we offer a service where you will be shipping production samples to GlycoSpot for analysis.

We will enrich you with a report containing a recommendation for a new and faster mashing profile.​

The number of samples required to optimize your mashing profiles depends on the number of saccharification steps in your process (usually 1-3 steps) and it is reflected in our different offerings.​

For intake control of barley malt amylase levels, we refer to our plug-and-play malt solutions that consist of a portable SIRIUS spectrophotometer and easy-to-use test kits.​

 

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE CONTROL?

Optimize Quality Control and production
processes with the SIRIUS platform!

 

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