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Beer and Wine Production: Analysis, Characterization and Technological Advances (Acs Symposium Series)
Title:      Beer and Wine Production: Analysis, Characterization and Technological Advances (Acs Symposium Series)
Categories:      Grape&Wine
BookID:      22
Authors:      Barry H. Gump and David J. Pruett
ISBN-10(13):      0841227144
Publisher:      An American Chemical Society Publication
Number of pages:      280
Language:      English
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Describes how modern technology is used to produce and maintain the flavor quality of beer and enhance the quality of wine. Discusses the current understanding of the sensory aspects of natural phenolic and terpenoid compounds in grapes and the sensory effects of certain competitive spoilage organisms present in fermenting grape juice. Presents insights into how current analytical, filtration, and enzyme technologies are used to analyze and process beers and wines. Also includes chapters on home brewing and winemaking.

   
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