Compendium of Brewing Research YEAST is a summary compilation of ASBC’s peer-reviewed research on this important brewing component. Presented in one comprehensive easy-to-use CD, the Society has compiled nearly 30 years of YEAST science as it has appeared in the Journal of the ASBC.
This value-packed CD presents some of the most important yeast research ever published, organized by date, and available from your desktop. Each article was custom selected from the Journal of the ASBC and is fully indexed and searchable back through 1977, so you can find exactly the information you need.
For example, select research articles based on combinations of search terms to filter down to a specific area of interest.
“volatile organics” and “higher alcohols”
“oxygen uptake” and “carbohydrate metabolism”
“yeast physiology” and “flocculation”
“process control” and “flavor defects”
Boolean operators help you refine your searches to even more specific levels where you can quickly scan the article titles for relevance. Once you locate articles of interest, print them or view them on-screen. Everything is conveniently packaged for ease of use and fast access. Add this CD to your personal collection today and build your knowledge of yeast and its functionality in brewing!
Purchase the entire 7-CD series and SAVE. Includes…
MEASUREMENTS & ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
CLEANING & SANITATION
SENSORY & FLAVOR
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