Extract from Adjuncts
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Analytical values of unmalted cereals and of copper sugars are given in Table 5.
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Maize and rice must be degermed to remove fatty substances and should be pregelatinized (by flaking after mild steam treatment or micronising) just sufficiently to make them extractable at mash tun temperatures.
For wheat and barley adjuncts conversion in the mash tun is enhanced by mild cooking (torrefied, micronised or flaked products) or fine milling (wheat flour). Processing should be optimised to give minimum wort viscosity.
These should have the specified fermentability and a high enough content of solids to avoid microbial spoilage.
Condensation in storage vessels should be avoided to ensure microbiological stability and suitable cleaning procedures of storage vessels are necessary.
When mashing cereal ad.unc.s attention must be given to milling torrefied and pelleted products and to the appropriate mashing conditions.
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Wheat and barley flours and gelatinised flakes are analysed by the Institute of Brewing Recommended Method 4.1
Viscosily of cereal adjunct extract; wort is produced by the Institute of Brewing Recommended Methods 1977 and its viscosity is measured by the Recommended Method 8.2.
Sugars, syrups and caramels are analysed by the Institute of Brewing Recommended Method 5
Fermenlability of sugars, syrups and caramels is measured by the Institute of Brewing Recommended Method 7.1
فرنسي تداول الاسهم Typical Ranges of Values for Malt Specifications
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|Hot Water Extract (° per kg dry basis)||Min 302 (High TN Malt, ca 175 mgs/ltr) to 312 (Low TN Malt ca 140 mgs/ltr)||-4|
|Moisture (%)||2·7 – 3·3||+0·2|
|Colour (° EBC)||4 – 6||±1|
|Total Nitrogen, TN (% dry basis)||1·45 – 1·75||+ 0·03 (Low TN) + 0·05 (High TN)|
|Soluble Nitrogen Ratio||38 – 40||±2|
|Free Amino Nitrogen (mgs/ltr @ 1040 gravity)||140 – 175*||±10 (Low TN) to ±15 (High TN)|
|Screenings, < 2·2 mm, %||1·5 – 2·0||+0·5|
|Corns > 2·5 mm, %||93 – 95 dependent upon variety and season||-3|
|Ungerminated grains, %||Target 0, dependent upon season||+2|
|Cold Water Extract, %||18 – 19||±1·5|
|Diastatic Power (° IoB)||35 (Low TN) to 55 (High TN)||±7 (Low TN) to ±12 (High TN)|
Precise specifications, which should be balanced, will be agreed between supplier and customer. It is important that analyses are consistent between batches.
* As measured in laboratory worts which, because of factors such as mash thickness, contain less FAN than do the brewery worts. These values are consistent with a FAN content of 160 – 190 mgs/ltr in the brewery wort.