Ayinger

For discussion of German breweries, reviews of their beer,
tasting notes, impressions, their brewing processes (distribution to the US, decoction
mashing, recipes, flavor notes, etc).

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Ayinger

Postby Ancient Abbey » Tue Mar 15, 2016 11:28 pm

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Re: Ayinger

Postby doctorjames » Mon May 16, 2016 7:54 am

I also did a specially arranged "technical" tour of Aying and the guide explained that nowadays decoctions are only used in the dark beers.

Another interesting tidbit was that they heat treat the wheat beers at 60°C to improve stability and "stop undesirable processes in the bottle while not breaking down the yeast". The wheat beers are centrifuged whereas everything else goes through the kieselguhr filter.
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