A purified bacterial alpha-amylase enzyme used for moderately high temperature (60°-75°C) liquefaction of grain mash starch.
Enzyme supplementation in brewing is simpler and less expensive than the malting process itself. Brewing enzymes increase starch liquefaction and saccharification, which in turn increase the production of fermentable sugars. The enzymes work to improve filtration, reduce the presence of viscous polysaccharides like glucans, and increase free amino nitrogen production (FAN). They can also increase the production of fermentable glucose during the production of light beer. Ultimately, brewing enzymes induce faster maturation and enhance chill proofing and cold haze.
SEBflo – Liquid & Powder
SEB Malt P1500
SEBrew – Liquid & Powder
SEBclear – Liquid & Powder
SEBclear is a liquid enzyme preparation produced by fermentation of a selected, non-GMO strain of Trichoderma supplemented with protease produced from the fruit of Carica papaya. SEBclear contains an endo-glucanase that catalyzes the break-down of barley and malto beta glucan endo-proteases which hydrolyze cereal proteins, primarily responsible for post-chilling haze formation.