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ANALYTICA EBC

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  • Beer
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  • GM
  • 1997

9.28.1 - Carbon Dioxide in Beer: Titration Method (RM)

The determination of carbon dioxide in beers (or in other carbonated beverages) using the Blom method which relies on titration. Descriptors: apparatus for determination of carbon dioxide by titration method (blom)

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  • 143
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  • Beer
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  • AM
  • 1997

9.28.2 - Carbon Dioxide in Beer: Instrumental Method

The determination of carbon dioxide in beer (or in other carbonated beverages) by an instrumental procedure using a Mettler Toledo (formerly Corning) 965D carbon dioxide analyser. 

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  • 135
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  • Beer
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  • 2007

9.28.3 - Carbon Dioxide in Beer: Pressure Method

The determination of the dissolved carbon dioxide concentration in small package (PET/glass bottles and cans) beer by a pressure method. The description of the method is intended as a guide as there is such a diversity of instruments in use.

It is necessary to use EBC Method 9.28.1 and 11.2.2

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  • 138
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  • Beer
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  • 2015

9.37.1 - Measurement of Dissolved Oxygen by Optical Sensors

The determination of dissolved oxygen in liquor, wort and beer by optical oxygen sensors. Descriptors: solubility of oxygen in water in equilibrium with air at 1,01325 bar and vapour pressure of water in equilibrium with air, solubility of oxygen

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  • 108
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  • Beer
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  • 2002

9.37.2 - Measurement of Dissolved Oxygen by Electrochemical Sensors

The determination of dissolved oxygen in liquor, wort and beer by electrochemical oxygen sensors. Descriptors: solubility of oxygen in water in equilibrium with air at 1,01325 bar and vapour pressure of water in equilibrium with air, solubility of oxygen.

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  • 123
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  • Beer
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  • 2002

9.40 - Sensitive Proteins in Beer by Nephelometry

The determination of the sensitive proteins in beer by nephelometric measurement of turbidity after addition of tannic known quantity of tannic acid.

It is necessary to use EBC Method 9.29

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  • 154
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  • Beer
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  • 2004

9.43.1 - Specific Gravity of Beer using a Pyknometer

The determination of the specific gravity and the defined specific gravity/density derived values of beer in air at 20 ºC by weighing a known volume in a pyknometer or gravity bottle.

It is necessary to use EBC Method 8.2.1

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  • 157
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  • Beer
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  • 2004

9.43.2 - Specific Gravity of Beer using a Density Meter

The measurement of the specific gravity (SG) and the defined density derived values of a beer at 20 ºC using digital density meters of the oscillation type.

It is necessary to use EBC Method 1.6

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  • 118
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  • Beer
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  • 2005

9.45 - Energy Value of Beer by Calculation

A mathematical procedure to calculate the energy value of beer from the sum of the energy values of the significant beer components as determined by other methods.

It is necessary to use EBC Methods 9.2.1 or 9.2.4 and 9.26 and 9.9.1

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  • 190
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  • Beer
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  • 2010

9.47 - Iso-α-acids and reduced iso-α-acids (Rho, Tetra, Hexa) in beer by HPLC

This method specifies a high performance liquid chromatographic technique for the simultaneous determination of iso-α-acids (Iso) and reduced iso-α-acids (Rho, Tetra and Hexa) in beer. Due to coelution of Hexa and Iso peaks, this method is not recommended for the analysis of beers containing mixtures of Hexa and Iso compounds.