• Amylase enzyme - 1 lb.

    Amylase enzyme is typically used by all-grain brewers to add to a high adjunct mash that may be low in enzymes to aid in converting starches into sugar. This enzyme can also prevent starch haze in beer. Use 1 teaspoon per 5 gallon batch.

    • Color: White
    • Brand: BSG HandCraft
    • ASIN: B006O93SYQ

  • FERMFAST Amylase Enzyme Single Dose Pack 10G Dry Alpha

    Here's a 15 gram single dose packet of Alpha Enzyme from LD Carlson. Use a single pack to convert starches in a 5-8 gallon batch. Works best with a pinch of calcium. Thermostable powdered alpha-amylase enzyme for hydroalysis of long-chin starch molecules into short-chain dextrin's. For use in mashing of grains, potato or any other starch-based substrate prior to scarification (with glucoamylase) and ethanoic fermentation. AMYLASE ENZYME SINGLE DOSE PACK 15 gram DRY ALPHA AMYLASE ENZYME.

    • Color: Multicolor
    • Brand: FERMFAST
    • ASIN: B01EH1WWRG
    • UPC: 778894856521

  • NESS Enzymes - Amylase #3 90 VegiCaps

    Amylase #3 90 caps

    • Brand: Ness Enzymes
    • ASIN: B001E99M4G
    • UPC: 707636031315

  • Amylase enzyme - 1.5 oz.

    Amylase enzyme - 1.5 oz. exact product packaging may vary.

    • Color: White
    • Brand: Strange Brew
    • ASIN: B006O2D7DA
    • UPC: 703510637277

  • Amylase Enzyme Formula 1 lb

    Usage varies. Breaks 1, 4 linkage in starch during liquefication, producing dextrin and a small AM out of maltose. Leaves 1, 6 links, therefore self-limiting. Use If you have a starch problem in storage, or in light beers.

    • Brand: BSG
    • ASIN: B01N9NQYQR
    • UPC: 849731004945

  • SEBstar HTL Liquid High Temperature Amylase 4 oz

    Normal People's Description: The whole point of mashing is to break the starches present in grains down to something that the yeast can ferment. This is accomplished by two main steps, gelatinizing those starches (basically allowing them to absorb water) and then converting them to sugars. Gelatinizing the starches can be tricky since it causes the mash to become very viscous and thick (much like oatmeal or polenta) as you cook it. In some grains the starches gelatinize at lower temperatures, a temperature at which the amylase enzymes in malted barley are active. However, in some grains like corn, the starches gelatinize at temperatures high enough to denature the barley enzymes. The traditional way of handling this would be to gelatinize the corn at the higher temperatures (usually 185 degrees or more) and then let the mash cool to 150 or so before adding your barley (so that then enzymes are active and will break down the starches). This, however, results in a very messy, thick mash that is hard to stir and cool down to the point where you can add the barley to break up the starches. This is where the SEBstar HTL becomes a very handy tool. It can tolerate temperature of up to 190 degrees before it becomes denatured, so it allows for the conversion of starches at the same time a...

    • Brand: Moonshine Distiller
    • ASIN: B0759V73QV

  • L.D.Carlson Company Amylase Enzyme 1 oz

    Amylase enzyme used in the brewing process for liquefaction of grain mashes and malt extracts for increased ferment ability.

    • Color: White
    • Brand: LD Carlson
    • ASIN: B00F9JQQAK
    • UPC: 897542061008

  • Fermfast Distiller Enzyme Pack of 3 (Alpha-Amylase - 15 Grams)

    Thermostable powdered alpha-amylase enzyme for hydrolysis of long-chain starch molecules into short-chain dextrins. For use in mashing of grains, potato or any other starch-based substrate prior to saccharification (with glucoamylase) and ethanolic fermentation.

    • ASIN: B01EK3LTWU
    • UPC: 888690363892

  • Amylase Enzyme Formula 1lb

    Amylase Enzyme Formula 1 lb Usage varies. 1tsp. Breaks 1,4 linkage in starch during liquefication, producing dextrin and a small amount of maltose. Leaves 1,6 links, therefore self-limiting. Use if you have a starch problem in storage, or in light beers.

    • Brand: BSG
    • ASIN: B00WSX0MZ0
    • UPC: 703510637260