How does the Steam Condenser lid work with DMS?
Created by: Aimee Koehler
Modified on: Fri, 19 Mar, 2021 at 2:45 PM
- We have done third party laboratory testing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to validate the Steam Condenser Lid design.
- DMS (dimethyl sulfide) is a common off flavor in beer, that is often drive off by the boiling process.
- We took multiple samples throughout the boil and after only 30-45 min DMS levels are below detectable levels (under 25ppb)
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