Dimethyl sulfide (DMS) is a sulfur compound found in beer that is an off flavor at high concentrations. It is especially prevalent in beers, like pilsners, brewed with pale malts. The flavor threshold of DMS in beer is ~30 ppb, and our method can accurately detect DMS well below 20 ppb. Want to learn more about DMS? Check out our blog post!
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Required Sample Volume
12-16 oz | Packaged product preferred. Contact lab if submitting a sample prior to packaging.
Beer-44 with modifications
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