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For the first order it will take up to 14 days, due to some up start labelling requirements.
For repeat purchases of the product, delivery time is 4-5 days.
We recommend that you order your product at least 20 days before you schedule your brewing with the enzyme, in case of delays
All orders in EU have free shipping. Please contact us if you need the product quickly and we will try and put in a rush order.
Enzymes are already present in the malt used for brewing, however these native enzymes are not as thermostable as exogenous enzymes, or enzymes added to into the process. Exogenous enzymes can correct issues with the brewing process and lead to more consistent brewing along with benefits of saving time and money.
You can learn more about our product safety here.
For the Safety Data Sheet for a specific product, please click on the product name below:
- Attenuzyme Pro
- Ceremix Flex
- Maturex Pro
- Ondea Pro
- Ultraflo Max
PRODUCT SPECIFIC QUESTIONS
Not if you adapt the recipe to account for the higher efficiency. One of the benefits of using Ultraflo® Max is that you can achieve a higher efficiency. This means that you will have a higher extraction of sugar than normal. To account for this, you should cut back on your raw material, so you end up with the same concentration of sugar.
Yes, it is possible that Ultraflo® Max can reduce your mash and/or lauter time once it has been optimized for your brewhouse and recipe. This has been seen with high gravity brewing.
Ultraflo® Max cannot directly breakup doughballs in the mash.
Yes, Maturex® Pro will work more efficiently the earlier you dose it into fermentation; it cannot be overdosed. Adding the full dose for two batches in the beginning of fermentation will keep the formation of the off-flavor components to a minimum.
It is not recommended to use Attenuzyme® Pro in fermentation unless you have the capability to pasteurize the finished beer product before packaging. The reason for pasteurization is to deactivate any enzymatic activity and/or yeast in the finished beer, because the packaged beer may change in flavor due to the enzyme further breaking down dextrins. This could leave the beer with a sweeter flavor and/or with yeast fermenting these sugars, creating higher alcohol and carbonation.