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Jedd Haas, there is an "Alcohol and Starch" section on the site that has some products that may be of interest to distillers. The SEBamyl G is glucoamylase which, if it is the same glucoamylase I am familiar with, can be used in grain fermentation after the mash to convert unfermentable sugar into glucose, thus increasing the yield of the mash. Am I reading this right, SpecialtyEnzymes?

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WI Distiller, we'll find out shortly if SpecialtyEnzymes is a real participant or just an enzyme pimp.

I think that SEBamyl G glucoamylase you mention is what they are selling under the light beer section I mentioned. That section mentioned that the enzyme increased glucose production.

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