Gluco-Amylase Enzyme (Amyloglucosidase), 2oz

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Gluco Amylase Enzyme is added to your mash to convert dextrins (a type of carbohydrate) into fermentable sugars and is most often used when producing whisky.

Quick Tips

  • Gluco Amylase is often used in fermenting all-grain recipes for craft spirits
  • Add Gluco to your mash at room temperature
  • Gluco is only used in fermenting light beers because the Gluco breaks everything down to the point that you have a very low-bodied (and often dry) beer
  • Although Gluco is perfect with something like baker's yeast, you don't need to add it if you're using many turbo yeasts so check your yeast's label

2oz (57g)

Use 50g - 100g for 100-lb of grain or starch.

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  • Anonymous reviewer
    Apr 29, 2020, 12:00 AM
    Gluco amylase Enzyme. I had poor advice from my brewstore about a partial mash of Flaked Rye and a specialty malt to make a Rye IPA; it turned out to have no enzymes left in it and so I got no conversion in my partial mash. I added it to the boil with the LME anyway, then once action settled down in the primary, I added in a teaspoon of this. I had new krausen and regular perking in my airlock withing 24 hours; it worked a charm to break those complex carbs down into short-chains that the yeast could digest. This stuff saved my brew. I'm keeping this in my tool-kit from now on!
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Jan 17, 2019, 12:00 AM
    Gluco Amylase Enzyme. I've only been using this product for a couple of years now, and I find it really finishes conversion well. I plan to use this product from now on.
  • Anonymous reviewer
    Jan 26, 2018, 12:00 AM
    Gluco Amylase Enzyme. I use this product in conjunction with Alpha Amylase to finish converting the dextrins left over from primary conversion, and I have very good luck with it. I can add it directly after the primary conversion period, and let it cool from there. I would recommend this product.

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