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Do You Know What The Role Of Wort In Beer Equipment Is?

Jul. 13, 2019 Share:

Do you know what the role of wort in Beer Equipment is? During the preparation of wort, the boiling process will be a key step influencing the changes in wort composition, concentration, color and coagulable nitrogen, and is the most energy-intensive process in the preparation of wort. In brewing beer, it is necessary to properly control the boiling time and strength of the wort.


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Boiling intensity refers to the water evaporated out per unit time. The greater the boiling strength, the better the convection of the wort and the more adequate the coagulation of the protein. However, if the boiling strength is too large, it will accelerate the color reaction of the wort, which will affect the foam performance of the beer. The longer the boiling time, the greater the amount of protein that is coagulated, but if it is too long, it will reconstitute some of the coagulated proteins and their complexes.


1. In the various treatments of Brewery Machine, the change of coagulable nitrogen in the shaped wort.

It can be seen from the experimental results that the coagulable nitrogen content generally decreases with the increase of boiling strength, and the D experiment and the E experiment show signs of rising due to different boiling time. By boiling strength of about 8%, the boiling time is maintained for one hour, and the content of coagulable nitrogen is the lowest.

2. Comparison of turbidity of the treated wort in the beer equipment.

It can be clearly seen that the turbidity of the wort treated by C, D and E is basically the same, indicating that the turbidity tends to decrease with the increase of the boiling strength, but the turbidity of the wort is not as large as the boiling time is shortened. The change.

3. Analysis of the holding capacity of beer in each experimental group of beer equipment.

From the analysis, it is concluded that the beer brewed by the B treatment and the C treatment has comparable foaming properties, as does the D treatment and the E treatment. With the increase of boiling strength, the holding power of beer has a tendency to rise first and then fall. The same conclusion was reached for the analysis of the boiling time. It indicates that excessive boiling and boiling time during boiling will cause a decrease in beer holding capacity.


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