Sugar HPLC analysis in wort and beer

High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is a crucial analytical technique used to measure sugar concentrations in wort and beer. This method allows for precise quantification and identification of various sugars, such as glucose, fructose, maltose, and sucrose, which are essential for monitoring the fermentation process and ensuring product consistency. By analyzing sugar profiles, brewers can optimize fermentation efficiency, control flavor development, and ensure the desired sweetness and alcohol content in the final product. HPLC’s accuracy and reliability make it an invaluable tool for quality control and research in the brewing industry.



Login to view pricing
SKU: Lab-SUGAR Category: Tags: , ,
  • Product description

    How do I get my sample to you?

    Firstly, download ourĀ laboratory submissions form, then complete all details and package the 500ml bottled samples safely for postage. Address the package with samples and form to:

    The Laboratory
    Murphy & Son
    Alpine Street
    NG6 0HQ

    You will receive a written report within 5 – 7 working days of the lab receiving your samples.

    For more information, emailĀ

  • Additional information

    Additional information