Home Brew Online Brewing Sugar - 1kg
About this deal
Brewing Sugar is Dextrose, and can be used instead of normal granulated sugar to produce a cleaner, crisper tasting beer. Use extracts to make extract beers using dry or liquid malt extract, which cuts out the mash time and goes straight to the hop boil.
Lots of different sugars can be used in brewing, and now that we know what the yeast want to eat and when, we can make better choices for their use. All sizes and measurements are approximate but we do try to make sure that they are as accurate as possible. Before use (or consumption if applicable) please always check the label/leaflet/manual of the product for allergens!
If you are like me, you want someone to cut to the chase and explain what’s what without referring to the fact that fructose differs from glucose by having a ketone rather than an aldehyde carbonyl group.
Even though sucrose usually comprises only a small percentage of the wort, studies have shown that most brewers yeast strains seem to work on it first — breaking it down into its glucose and fructose components.Combine brewing sugar with grains, fruits, and other ingredients, and you'll create an exceptional spirit bursting with character and flavour. When crafting fruit wines, where natural sugars might fall short, brewing sugar comes to the rescue. Lighter and drier finished product: Brewing sugar adds minimal sweetness to the brew, allowing the flavours of other ingredients to shine through.