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Tech. Q. Master. Brew. Assoc. Am., Oct/Nov/Dec. 1977, 14(4), 225-226. English
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Some possible causes of must flavours of beer in the caribbean.

Jetter, W.

Abstract
In addition to convering causes of musty flavours in beers common to all breweries, causes peculiar to the Caribbean are briefly reviewed. The hazards and exposures to raw materials involved in repeated handlings in transhipment are covered. Earthquakes can cause cracks in both silos and subterranean water storage tanks with resultant problems. Water supplies are adversely affected by both dry and rainy seasons. Condensation within liquid sugar tanks may lead to mould growth unless proper ventilation is provided.
Keywords: beer flavour off flavour survey water