Trends in wort carbohydrate utilization: Appl.Microbiol.

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Journal titleApplied Microbiology
Volume26
Pages349353; # of pages: 5
AbstractA gas chromatographic method suitable for any type of low-molecular-weight carbohydrate analysis has been utilized to determine the individual wort sugars in corn adjunct wort from a Western Canadian brewery. The fluctuations in each sugar during primary lager fermentation have been graphed. "End fermented" wort has been shown to contain some maltotriose, a small amount of maltose, and the nonfermentable carbohydrates, including maltotetraose, maltopentose, and dextrins.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Biological Sciences; National Research Council Canada
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NRC numberPATEL1973A
NPARC number9376682
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