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Old 05-06-2014, 06:14 PM   #11
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Is p-coumaric acid also extracted during a ferulic acid rest?

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Is p-coumaric acid also extracted during a ferulic acid rest?
I've been trying to find out a bit about acid production in the mash (in relation to the topics in this thread), but its pretty tough going without a background in the science. As far as I can understand, the enzymes responsible for increasing ferulic acid levels in the wort (cinnamoyl esterases) should also increase p-coumaric acid. I'm going by what I can understand from this paper.
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I have a beer that is way to horsey for me. Not sure what i'm goign to do with it. My advice? Severely underpitch, over temp, and you'll have it in a month or two.

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I have a beer that is way to horsey for me. Not sure what i'm goign to do with it. My advice? Severely underpitch, over temp, and you'll have it in a month or two.
Blending would be the option I'd go with, but I don't know if that is a viable route for you. In fact, that is my goal here lately is to brew a very funky saison for blending with a very lactic sour that doesn't have enough funk.
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