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Tech. Q. Master Brew. Assoc. Am., Jan/March 1976, 13(1), 22-25. English

The adjunct fermentation process. part i.

Pollock, J.R.A. and Weir, M.J.

The possibilities for improved productivity arising from the use of a process in which a malt wort and a soluble adjunct solution are fermented separately and blended after cold storage of the malt wort only, are briefly discussed. Practical factors which should be taken into account when this method is used are discussed, especially with reference to calculation of volume proportions desired wort strength, methods of bittering, the fate of the nitrogenous and other substances from the malt wort and the possibilities of adjusting the levels of beer volatiles which the method offers.
Keywords: adjunct beer brewing composition efficiency extract fermentation malt wort