• Unlocking beer quality: Analysis for nitrosamine control


Unlocking beer quality: Analysis for nitrosamine control

Jan 10 2024

The malting process, a pivotal stage in beer production, introduces a potential hazard with the formation of nitrosamines - carcinogenic compounds that can permeate the final product. Safeguarding consumers and preserving the integrity of your brand necessitate meticulous control of nitrosamine levels.

Ensuring adherence to legal standards is crucial, as consumer safety relies on the quality of the malt. The necessity to assess and regulate nitrosamine content in beer goes beyond a mere legal obligation; it evolves into a fundamental principle of responsible brewing.

External testing can render you feeling powerless, fostering uncertainty about the safety of your products. Ellutia acknowledges the intricacies of nitrosamine analysis and introduces a tailored solution for brewers - the 800 Series TEA (Thermal Energy Analyser). This detector is purposefully crafted for the precise and efficient detection of nitrosamines, bestowing brewers with the authority to regain control over product safety.

Ellutia empowers brewers to reclaim control with the 800 Series TEA. Through scheduling a complimentary 30-minute consultation, they delve into your testing needs, discern what's effective, and explore avenues for enhancement. From system customisation to training, Ellutia expertly guides you, ensuring the seamless and effective transition of bringing your testing in-house.

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