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pH in Brewing: An Overview

@inproceedings{Bamforth2001pHIB,
  title={pH in Brewing: An Overview},
  author={C. Bamforth},
  year={2001}
}
The concept of pH is explained. Factors determining the pH of worts and beers are reviewed, including the nature of the buffer substances contributed from the grist, the importance of water alkalinity and hardness and the impact of yeast in fermentation. The influence that pH has in mashing is discussed, as is the relevance of pH to the quality and the stability of the finished beer. 
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