White Labs Ultra-Ferm/Amyloglucosidase

Model: WLN4100
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  • White Labs WLN4100 Ultra-Ferm is a liquid amyloglucosidase from selected classical strain of Aspergillus Niger
  • Developed to reduce saccharification times, saccharify unmalted cereal brews, and increase attenuation
  • Eliminates residual sugars, both for production of low calorie beers and extra high-alcohol beers
  • Help produce light beers or dietetic beers
  • Permits total hydrolysis of dextrins to fermentable glucose, from all types of starch
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White Labs WLN4100 Ultra-Ferm/Amyloglucosidase was developed to reduce saccharification times, saccharify unmalted cereal brews, and increase attenuation. It eliminates residual sugars, both for production of low calorie beers and extra high-alcohol beers. Ultra-Ferm is a liquid amyloglucosidase (highly concentrated) from selected classical strain of Aspergillus Niger for ethanol or dry beer production.

Ultra-Ferm help produce light beers or dietetic beers by breaking down starches and dextrins to a fermentable glucose. Normally, brewing methods permit only 75 to 80% hydrolysis of starch present in the grain raw material, however, Ultra-Ferm amyloglucosidase permits 100% hydrolysis of dextrins from all types of starch to fermentable glucose.

Production of ethanol is faster and the yield is higher. After starch liquefaction by alpha-amylase, dextrins are hydrolysed in glucose by amyloglucosidase, before alcoholic fermentation. The recommended saccharification temperature is 60°C. Amyloglucosidase activity is completely destroyed when the saccharified liquor is held at 85°C for 10 minutes.

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Question:
Can it be added to the fermenter and have the same results after boiling process provided the temperature is cool enough? If so, what is the recommended dosage?
by Joe on September 10, 2019
Answer:
No, The WLN4100 is a mashing additive to assist with starch conversion.
by Dave on September 11, 2019
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