Liquefaction Enzymes

The process of breaking down starch chains into dextrins (aka random sugars).

All Liquefaction 0 Enzymes



High temperature alpha-amylase that can liquefy grain starch around 175-185°F.  Ideal for mashing with raw grains, tubers, or other starchy substrates that require high gelatinization temperatures.

SEBAmyl BAL 100

Medium temperature alpha-amylase that can liquefy grain starch around 140-170°F.  Ideal for mashing with raw grains that gelatinize more easily (Wheat, Barley, Rye), supplementing malt enzymes, or breaking down pre-gelatinized starch.

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Supplyside West 2016- Booth #R123

We look forward to seeing everyone at the SupplySide West Show at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV from October 6-7.  Come see the Specialty Enzymes team at Booth #R123!

Infusion Mashing for Brewing

Infusion Mashing – I do not have an exact definition for this one, but here is an interpretation. “Is the process of achieving your mash temperatures by adding measured amounts of water...

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