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In this post, I summarize the literature I could gather on dextrins, focusing the research primarily on how dextrins may influence mouthfeel and brewing conditions that may favor dextrins. Dextrins are unfermentable extract that remains in wort from starch that is not completely broken down to the main fermentable sugars glucose, maltose, and maltotriose from amylases during the mashing process.
In general, dextrins are said to potentially contribute to mouthfeel, but will not add any flavor.
Although not surprising, the authors also found that when the samples were uncarbonated, they had a higher rating for viscosity, which they explain is why stouts with less carbonation than perceived as heavier, creamier, and more viscous that ales or lagers that are more heavily carbonated.
Thirty different samples were used in the study, including different beer types and styles ranging from non-alcoholic lagers to barleywines and served to a trained tasting panel who were asked to rate the intensity of the samples for the different descriptors.
Other parameters that correlated well to density and viscosity were polyphenols, fermentable sugars, chloride, and glycerol. This is another example of chloride linked to improved mouthfeel, which previously wrote about. Glycerol was actually correlated higher to viscosity than beta-glucans, which again makes me interested in having English strains used in NEIPAs tested for total glycerol production my test results below actually do include glycerol for WLP The paper does conclude that brewing trials need to be conducted to confirm which parameters cause these mouthfeel sensations, however.
One study cited did a series of mashes on worts with different dextrin content and found that the beers with higher dextrins lacked palate fullness. Limit Dextrinase Diastatic power is the term used to know how much starch-converting enzymes a specific malt might have, which break down starches into fermentable sugars.
These enzymes consist of beta-amylase, alpha-amylase, limit dextrinase, and alpha-glucosidase. Only limit dextrinase hence the name has the ability to break down dextrins by cleaving alpha-1,6-linkages in amylopectin and limit dextrins into fermentable sugars.
Basically, the more active limit dextrinase in the wort, the more fermentable sugars 11 and higher alcohol content and less total dextrins. However, there does appear to be some studies that show what types of mash conditions might favor limit dextrinase activity. The authors actually found that the conditions in our mouths are adequate for the hydrolysis of beer dextrins.
When saliva was added to 2. The study says the reaction was rapid, however, they tested the solution after 1-minute of contact time.
Ultimately, the study concluded that because of the period of time the sugars take to produce in the mouth, it may not cause a detectable sweet taste, but it could potentially partially mask the bitter aftertaste in beer.
Looking at the charts in the study, a number of sugars produced in this time period are so low, I doubt it can have much of an impact.
The increase in sugar production really seems to start climbing at 30 seconds of contact time. Unboiled wort has been found to produce greater alcohol yields than boiled worts, 16 which is a technique used in producing scotch.
During scotch production worts are often made in batch style mashes and never boiled. This is what led researchers to look at limit dextrinase activity during fermentation, because if limit dextrinase survives mashing and goes into the fermenter without being deactivated by boiling or pasteurization temperatures, then maybe the enzyme could continue to break down dextrins as the scotch ferments.
The first two runoffs are pulled off into the fermenter without experiencing hotter temperatures, where they discovered that most of the limit dextrinase survived and was mostly extracted from the wort prior to the warmer water batch sparges.
The authors found that limit dextrinase not only survived the minute mash but remained relatively high during the early stages of fermentation and even increased around the hour mark. Essentially, if you do a mash on the lower end of the temperature spectrum and then runoff directly into a fermenter, you could see the continual breakdown of dextrins during fermentation leading to an increase in alcohol production.
According to the book Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse, specialty glassy malts are made with low temperature and high moisture to make pale malts with a glassy endosperm.
Weyermann Carafoam Carapils outside the US is different than Briess Carapils and is akin to chit malt, high in protein and under-modified.
I sent a sample of the experimental beer to White Labs to get the actual dextrin concentration tested results below to go along with sensory descriptions.
As for the recipe for the beer, I was anticipating or hoping for a big mouthfeel beer so I chose to use creamy caramel-like hops in an attempt to create a shake-like beer.Buddhist Chi Hong Chi Lam Memorial College A.L.
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