Wort Separation and Filtration Enzymes

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Wort Separation and Filtration Enzymes

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Product Details

Wort Separation & Beer Filtration – Cellulase, beta-glucanase, xylanase, and arabinase break down non-starch polysaccharides to release more starch for conversion and reduce mash viscosity for consistent separation and filtration.

LAMINEX® MaxFlow 4G – β-glucanase & xylanase

  • Maximum β-glucan breakdown and reduces risk of off flavor formation
  • Reduces risk of filter bed collapse
  • Robust choice for high gravity brewing and different brewing equipment
  • Application: Add directly to mash or right after at mashing in.

 


 

LAMINEX® 750 – β-glucanase

  • Active at elevated temperatures up to 90 °C
  • Reduce viscosity and β-glucan levels to improve separation and filtration
  • Highly effective for wheat inclusions
  • Application: Add directly to mash or right after at mashing in.

 


 

LAMINEX® C2K – β-glucanase, cellulase & xylanase

  • Reduce viscosity and reduce risk of haze from non-starch polysaccharides
  • Excellent for rye (60% or higher) beers
  • Application: Add directly to mash or right after at mashing in.

 


 

LAMINEX® BG2 – β-glucanase, cellulase

  • Reduces wort viscosity and β-glucan level
  • Improved starch utilization and lessens risk of haze from non-starch polysaccharides
  • Application: Add directly to mash or right after at mashing in.

 


 

LAMINEX® Super 3G – β-glucanase & xylanase

  • Consistent mash separation and improved beer filtration
  • Increase capacity due to faster throughput
  • Reduces risk of haze from non-starch polysaccharides
  • Application: Add directly to mash or right after at mashing in.

 

Please contact your Gusmer Technical Sales Rep for application guide or additional questions.

Videos
Educational Webinars

Effects of Drought and Heat on Barley and Malt: Outcome and Possible Remedies

Presentation Topics include:
  • Learn about the impact of stress from heat and drought on growing barley. (0:55)
  • Understand how these impacts affect malt quality. (2:33)
  • Identify the enzyme options available for Brewers when working with lower quality malt. (27:03)
  • Discover ways to optimize brewhouse yield, lautering, and beer filtration with enzymes. (42:15)
  • Q&A (44:30)
  • Presentation Notes: IFF Brewing Enzyme Webinar Notes

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