Still Spirits Distillers Glucoamylase is a fungal derived enzyme which breaks down dextrins into simple sugars for fermentation. Saccharification!
For use in mashing of starch-based substrates, such as raw grains and potato, for fermentation of alcohol to make distilled spirits. Can also be used for maximising yield when mashing malted grains using natural, diastatic enzyme activity.
Instructions: Add enzyme to liquified starchy slurry or malt grain mash when below 65C (149F). Stir well and allow to stand for 1 hour. Alternatively, add to your mash or wort and ferment for simultaneous scarification and fermentation.
Net Weight: 12 g (0.4 US oz)
Sufficient for: Up to 10 kg (22.0 lb) Liquefied Starch For Fermentation Volumes Up To 25 L (6.6 US Gal)
Temperatures: Standard Temperatures
Temperature Tolerance: 30-65C � Optimum 50-60C (86-149F � Optimum 122-140F)
For best results, use the Turbo 500 Boiler or the Grainfather Brewing System with the Pot Still Dome and Condenser. The full range is available from our shop.