Optimising Bottled Beverage Shelf-life Using Accelerated Ageing Studies
Jan 16 2019 Read 202 Times
The PolyScience 75L refrigerated circulating bath is an excellent option for brewers interested in conducting accelerated aging studies. The bath can both refrigerate and heat bottled beer samples to temperatures between –20 and 100°C, with a stability of ±0.005°C. The programmable touch-screen is easy to use and allows an endless array of temperature cycling programs, so that brewers can create their own accelerated ageing studies. What’s more, the 75L bath offers plenty of capacity for multiple beer bottles to be tested at one time. As a result, the PolyScience 75L refrigerated circulating bath provides the ideal solution for brewers wishing to overcome the challenges of estimating shelf-life and preventing beer staling during transportation and storage, ensuring their customers receive the fresh taste of the beer they expect in the product.
Fluctuations in temperature during beer/soft drinks transportation and storage can result in a product that tastes stale when it reaches the customer. Accelerated ageing studies can help to estimate shelf-life and optimise the brewing and packaging processes to ensure product quality and stability, so the customer gets the same fresh taste, every time.
The PolyScience 75L refrigerated circulating bath is specifically designed to replicate temperature fluctuations that accelerate beverage ageing. For more information, visit www.polyscience.com.
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