Mashing device allows for more ingredient experimentation

Mashing device allows for more ingredient experimentation

Malt Products Corp., Saddle Brook, N.J., now operates a Mashing Device LB Electronic that replicates the company’s automated production mashing process, which allows food and beverage customers to experiment with new ingredients and formulations efficiently, according to Malt Products. The device is from Germany-based equipment manufacturer Lochner Label and Technik GmbH. It is paired with a lab-scale system for a microcosm match of largevolume mash filtration.
“The enhanced setup enables us to test an exceptionally wide variety of raw ingredients to not only determine feasibility for production but also develop profile samples for new products,” said Amy Targan, president of Malt Products.