• Corpus ID: 9939295

A study of factors affecting the extraction of flavor when dry hopping beer

  title={A study of factors affecting the extraction of flavor when dry hopping beer},
  author={Peter Harold Wolfe},
  • P. Wolfe
  • Published 7 August 2012
  • Chemistry
approved: _____________________________________________________________________ Thomas H. Shellhammer This work set out to examine the methodologies of dry hopping, compare different hop materials, and look at the extraction behavior of different types of hop compounds. This work consists of two discrete studies, where the first study informed the design of the second. The first study measured the concentrations of hop aroma compounds extracted from Cascade hops during dry hopping using a model… 
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