MBAA TQ Vol. 58, No. 3, 2021​

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This issue is in progress. Selected articles are posted early to benefit our members. The articles appear here exactly as they will appear in the complete issue and are fully citable by issue and page number.​

MBAA TQ vol. 58, no. 3, 2021,​ pp. 143-147​
Do Starch-Degrading Enzymes in Hop Samples Originate in Microorganisms?​

Ryohei Teraoka (1), Makoto Kanauchi (1), and Charles W. Bamforth (2). 1. Department of Food Management, Miyagi University, Hatatate Taihaku-ku Sendai Miyagi, 982-0215, Japan. 2. Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Chico, CA 95928, U.S.A.
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MBAA TQ vol. 58, no. 3, 2021,​ pp. 148-153​
Piecing Together What We Know and What We Don’t on Biotransformation and Its Organoleptic Impact​

Leandro Meiners (1) and Matías Cavanna (2). 1. PLACEBO Brewing, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2. Dos Dingos Cerveza Independiente, Buenos Aires, Argentina.



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