*If you have not read the description for our SebStar HTL first, please do so, as it is the first half of this process!*
The SebAmyl GL saccharification enzyme picks up where the HTL leaves off! Taking the dextrins and breaking them down into simpler monosaccharide sugars that the yeast will be able to easily digest. If you are using the SebStar HTL, this second enzyme addition is an essential second step to getting a completely fermentable mash.
Sebamyl GL is a blend of enzymes that is specifically formulated to improve the efficiency of brewing and distilling processes. The enzyme contains a combination of alpha-amylase, beta-amylase, and protease enzymes, which work together to break down the complex carbohydrates and proteins in the mash.
When added to the mash, the alpha-amylase enzyme begins to break down the long chain carbohydrates, such as starch, into shorter chain carbohydrates, such as maltose and dextrins. Beta-amylase enzyme then further breaks down these shorter chain carbohydrates into simpler sugars such as glucose, which are more easily fermentable by yeast.
The protease enzyme in Sebamyl GL liquid enzyme helps to break down proteins in the corn mash, which can improve the clarity and flavor of the final product.
SEBamyl-GL is an enzyme produced by controlled fermentation of a non-GMO strain of Aspergillus niger. This saccharification enzyme is food-grade, Kosher, non-synthetic and can be used to produce certified-organic beverages. SEBamyl-GL is considered an exo-alpha-amylase, glucoamylase or amyloglucosidase enzyme. It acts to hydrolyze the alpha-D-1,4-glycosidic bonds on the non-reducing end of liquefied starch. In addition, SEBamy-GL has side alpha-D-1,6 glycosidic activity to increase hydrolysis of starch and amylopectin branch points. The prolonged action of SEBamyl-GL produces large amounts of glucose.
SEBamyl GL is used in the starch industry to produce glucose from liquefied starch. The saccharification enzyme is used in the distillery and fuel-alcohol industries for saccharification, and for simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of whole- grain mashes. In the brewing industry it is used to reduce residual grain-starch dextrins in the production of low-carbohydrate beer.
This liquid enzyme will treat up to about a 100-gallon wash. (4 oz size)
**These enzymes are not returnable..
elizmhall (verified owner) –
I actually ordered this for making oat milk and it works GREAT! I just finished my first batch and it came out perfect: NO slime! And it heats beautifully too! I searched and searched for amylase that didn’t also contain added sugars and this was the only one I found. I used 1/2 tsp for a 4 cups water, 1 cup oats recipe and gently heated in a double boiler to 30 C (86 F) for 20 minutes. Perfect!