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R. Berry. (1980) Vth ISY (This conference). Spencer, J. F. ,and D. M. Spencer (1977). , 83, 287 -289. 10. PHYSIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF HIGHER ALCOHOL FORMATION IN THE SCOTCH WHISKY FERMENTATION C. R. Berry Dept. of Applied Microbiology, University of Strathclyde 204 George Street, Glasgow, Gl 1XW Scotland ABSTRACT The higher alcohols are the quantitatively largest group of volatiles in distilled beverages including Scotch malt whisky. These compounds are formed by the yeast during fermentation. Laboratory scale fermentations of wort prepared from distillers malt have been used to investigate the effect of yeast strain and various fermentation conditions on the formation of these volatiles.

Of Applied Microbiology, University of Strathclyde 204 George Street, Glasgow, Gl 1XW Scotland ABSTRACT The higher alcohols are the quantitatively largest group of volatiles in distilled beverages including Scotch malt whisky. These compounds are formed by the yeast during fermentation. Laboratory scale fermentations of wort prepared from distillers malt have been used to investigate the effect of yeast strain and various fermentation conditions on the formation of these volatiles. Analysis was by gas chromatography of distillates and CS extracts.

In addition; biomass production will have to be carried out at a temperature reasonably close to its native temperature, be it high or low, thus requiring the corresponding properties also for the organism to be cultivated. Industrial effluents in most cases are quite hot, thus necessitating also thermophilic organisms. e. in the order of 4000 Kcal per kg of yeast produced if carbohydrates (or similar compounds) are the main ingredients and a biomass yield of about 50% is reached. 5 g dry biomass per litre would raise the temperature of the effluent by 10°G.

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