What external factors will affect beer quality
Except for some internal factors, there is many external factors that will affect beer quality and beer flavour stability. For example, temp, time, ray of light and mechanical vibration. So, let’s check out these factors together
Beer should be stored in low temp environment. With every 10℃ of increase on temp, the aging speed of beer will be double.So, in long distance transportation, temp of beer should be under well control.
2.Ray of light
If beer is exposed in 350-500nm ray of light, beer will produce a Chemical substance, MBT, which has a Sulfur smell and is harmful to beer taste. So, it is better to choose brown glass bottle to store beer, that has better performance on avoiding light.
Storage time of beer should be short as much as possible and it will be good to drink fresh beer. On summer, craft beer demand is huge, it is not meaningful to pursue long expiration date.
Mechanical vibration will destroy beer’s colloidal stability and speed up aging of beer. Especially on summer, long-distance transport will do great harm to beer quality.
Anyway, fresh beer is the biggest concern among beer producer and customers. So, we should take some measurement to lower the possibility of aging to get a higher taste stability.
Edited by Nicole
Sales manager of Tiantai company
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