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Modern Home Brewing in Theory and Practice | Brewing Homemade Beer | The Science of Home Brewed Beer Warner Wright

Modern Home Brewing in Theory and Practice | Brewing Homemade Beer | The Science of Home Brewed Beer

Warner Wright

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If brewers will take a. word of advice from me, they will study constantly and well the question of crude and peptonised albuminous matter and its vast direct and indirect influence - for I do not go too far in saying that sooner or later we shallMoreIf brewers will take a. word of advice from me, they will study constantly and well the question of crude and peptonised albuminous matter and its vast direct and indirect influence - for I do not go too far in saying that sooner or later we shall have conclusive proof that, practically acting as the food of yeast, the nitrogenous bodies of grain centre as the turning-point upon which all success or disaster in brewing eventually hinges. This, be it understood, is no strictly modern view - it has existed in more or less definite shape for many years, from the time of the Liebig theory era to the present - but the more we work with the microscope and the forcing tray, and carefully study the various systems of brewing practiced in England and on the Continent, the more we learn how close the connection is between soluble albumen as the food of yeast, and this yeast as the motive agent of changes that lead to either improvement or deterioration in the quality of beer.