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Effect of Sonication on Malting Behaviour of Barley

@inproceedings{Dutheila2011EffectOS,
  title={Effect of Sonication on Malting Behaviour of Barley},
  author={Emmanuel Dutheila and Brijesh Tiwarib and Mahesh Guptac and PJ Cullend and Charles Brennanb and Colm O'Donnella},
  year={2011}
}
  • Emmanuel Dutheila, Brijesh Tiwarib, +3 authors Colm O'Donnella
  • Published 2011
  • Barley is the main ingredient for malting and brewing in the manufacture of beer. Germination capacity and the level of β-glucans in barley grains play a significant role in the brewing process of barley. Poor germination capacity of barley reduces malt yield. The presence of β-glucans in the malt leads to filtration problems and haze formation in beer. The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of sonication on the malting behaviour of barley grains. Cleaned malting barley… CONTINUE READING
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