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Malt Analysis​
 

​Depending upon series subscription, subscribers receive a specific quantity of a two-row and six-row malt samples, with the additional option of also receiving standard malt samples.
 

Series
Type
Cycle
​Base Price
Shipping
E
One (1) two-row and one (1) six-row sample
 
(8 samples total)
Quarterly
​$270
U.S. – Included
Canada
– $80
Mexico
– $110
Elsewhere
– $140
EM
One (1) two-row and one (1) six row sample
 
(24 samples total)
Monthly
​$535
U.S. – Included
Canada – $200
Elsewhere
– Request a quote from ASBC
F
Two (2) two-row and two (2) six-row samples
 
(16 samples total)
Quarterly
​$435
U.S. – Included
Canada – $110
Elsewhere
Request a quote from ASBC
FM
Two (2) two-row and two (2) six-row samples
 
(48 samples total)
Monthly
​$910
U.S. – Included
Canada – $275
Elsewhere
Request a quote from ASBC
G
One (1) two-row and one (1) six-row sample
 
(8 samples total)
 
PLUS two (2) packages of standard malt
Quarterly
​$695
U.S. – Included
Canada – $110
Elsewhere
Request a quote from ASBC

 

Analysis

A variety of analyses may be performed for the samples, at the discretion of the laboratory performing the analysis. Recommended ASBC methods are noted.


 
ANALYSIS
RECOMMENDED ASBC METHOD
 Moisture %
​ % Extract   Fine grind (dry basis) MALT-4
​ % Extract – Course Grind (dry basis)
MALT-4
​ % Fine-Course Difference (dry basis)
MALT-4
​ Conversion time (minute)
​ Color of Wort, ½” Cell
WORT-9
​ Diastatic Power, Salt Ext. (degree)
MALT-6
​ Alpha-Amylase, Salt Ext. (20° units)
MALT-7
​ % Soluble Protein in Malt (dry basis)
WORT-17
​ % Total Protein (dry basis)
MALT-8
​ % Soluble/Total Protein (dry basis)
​ Screen Assortment % on 7/64"
MALT-2B
​ Screen Assortment % on 6/64"
MALT-2B
​ Screen Assortment % on 5/64"
MALT-2B
​ Screen Assortment % through 5/64"
MALT-2B
​ FAN (ppm)
WORT-12B
​ Viscosity, Absolute (cP)
WORT-13B
​ Turbidity (NTU)   
​ Test Weight MALT-2A
​ NDMA
MALT-10
​ Friability
MALT-12
​ DMSP
MALT-14
​ Deoxynivalenol
MALT-13
​ Beta-Glucan, Wort (mg/L)
WORT-18B
 
 

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