Measuring pH in Mead

Mead is an ancient alcoholic beverage made from honey; this honey-wine is possibly the oldest alcoholic beverage in the world. Mead is even mentioned in mythology; is said that the Norse god Odin gained his strength by drinking mead from a goat’s utter as an infant.  Further, the term ‘honeymoon’ comes from giving a newlywed…

3 Reasons to Monitor DO in Brewing Process

Dissolved oxygen is a known, but not widely monitored parameter of the brewing industry. However, as of 2016, the parameter has been gaining interest from the craft brewers of Australia. Oxygen can assist in brewing efficiency, while simultaneously expose brews to adverse effects. Here at Hanna we have seen firsthand how our customers have used…

Measuring pH of Mash in Brewing Process

The number of homebrewers and microbreweries has grown tremendously in Australia over the past 30 years. Interest in the variety of beer types can be seen in the choices that are available to the consumer. Often times brewers start by using a malt extract to prepare wort that is boiled before starting the fermentation process…