Brewing rutin-enriched lager beer with buckwheat malt as adjuncts.

  title={Brewing rutin-enriched lager beer with buckwheat malt as adjuncts.},
  author={Yang Deng and Juho Lim and Gang-Hee Lee and Thi Thanh Hanh Nguyen and Yang Xiao and Meizi Piao and Doman Kim},
  journal={Journal of microbiology and biotechnology},
Brewing with buckwheat as an ingredient has been proven to be successful in several previous studies. However, few studies have focused on the effects of buckwheat on the rutin content and antioxidant activity of beer. In order to develop a lager beer with high rutin content and desirable sensory characteristics, tartary buckwheat malt was used as a brewing adjunct. The results showed that the rutin-degrading enzyme was the key factor affecting the rutin content in the wort and beer. Compared… 

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