Q: What is the maximum temperature this enzyme can be used at before it is denatured or ruined?
A: this is not recommended for use over 170 degrees
Q: does this need to be re-hydrated when adding it to the secondary fermenter?
A: This does not need to be rehydrated first.
Q: Does this need to be used at a particular temp or can it be used as low as 65 F?
A: this can be used in the ranges of the low 60's to high 70's
Q: Is this item similar to white labs WLN4100? Thinking of brut IPA.
A: This would function similar to the WLN4100
Q: Do you know if this is alpha, beta, or gamma (gluco) amylase. Or perhaps a combination of all of them?
Q: Can this be used in the fermenter to help dry out a beer? Or is it only for the mash?
A: This is typically only used in a high adjunct mash to head aid in starch conversion
Q: How many 5 gallon treatments can u get out of this one ounce bottle?
A: You can do roughly 14 batches with this 1 ounce bottle.
Q: Is this amylase imported?
A: Neither vendors packaging states where it is from. States packaged in the USA and that it. We are checking into this.
Q: Can this enzyme be used in conjunction with alpha & beta amylase @ 152 & 122 degrees?
A: Yes, this can be used in your mash.