​MBAA TQ vol. 46 no. 2, 2009

​MBAA TQ doi:10.1094/TQ-46-2-0505-01
Malts and Worts of European Barley Varieties Processed in Poland: Their Friability and beta-Glucan Content

Andrzej Brudzyński and Dorota Michałowska. Department of Brewing and Malting Technology, Institute of Biotechnology, Warsaw, Poland.

MBAA TQ doi:10.1094/TQ-46-2-0430-01
Use of Isomerized Hop Extract as a Replacement for Conventional Hop Extract and Its Influence on Beer Flavor

Willi Mitter and Sandro Cocuzza. Hopsteiner, Simon H. Steiner, Hopfen, GmbH, Mainburg, Germany.

MBAA TQ doi:10.1094/TQ-46-2-0428-01
Ethanol, Membrane Permeability, and Petite Mutation in Lager Brewing Yeast

Brian R. Gibson, Annie W. Y. Cheung, Muhammad Saddiq Zahari, and Katherine A. Smart. School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington Campus, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE12 5RD, UK.

MBAA TQ doi:10.1094/TQ-46-2-0416-01
Hops and Health

Martin Biendl. Hopsteiner, Auhofstr. 16, 84048 Mainburg, Germany.

MBAA TQ doi:10.1094/TQ-46-2-0409-01
The Influence of Hop Harvest Date on Hop Aroma in Dry-Hopped Beers

Benjamin Bailey (1), Christina Schönberger (2), Georg Drexler (2), Andreas Gahr (3), Rebecca Newman (4), Moritz Pöschl (5), and Eberhard Geiger (5). 1. MillerCoors, 2525 Wayne Madison Rd., Trenton, OH 45067-9760. 2. Joh. Barth und Sohn, Freiligrathstr. 7/9, 90482 Nürnberg, Germany. 3. Hopfenveredlung St. Johann, Mainburgerstrasse 15, 93358 St. Johann, Germany. 4. Boston Beer Company, One Design Center Place, Ste. 850, Boston, MA 02130-2315. 5. Lehrstuhl für Technologie der Brauerei II, Alte Akademie 3, 85350 Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany.