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Alterations of the profiles of iso-alpha-acids during beer ageing, marked instability of trans-iso-alpha-acids and implications for beer bitterness consistency in relation to tetrahydroiso-alpha-acids.

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DE COOMAN, L, G AERTS, H OVERMEIRE, and Denis De Keukeleire. 2000. “Alterations of the Profiles of Iso-alpha-acids During Beer Ageing, Marked Instability of Trans-iso-alpha-acids and Implications for Beer Bitterness Consistency in Relation to Tetrahydroiso-alpha-acids.” Journal of the Institute of Brewing 106 (3): 169–178.
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DE COOMAN, L, AERTS, G., OVERMEIRE, H., & De Keukeleire, D. (2000). Alterations of the profiles of iso-alpha-acids during beer ageing, marked instability of trans-iso-alpha-acids and implications for beer bitterness consistency in relation to tetrahydroiso-alpha-acids. JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF BREWING, 106(3), 169–178.
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DE COOMAN L, AERTS G, OVERMEIRE H, De Keukeleire D. Alterations of the profiles of iso-alpha-acids during beer ageing, marked instability of trans-iso-alpha-acids and implications for beer bitterness consistency in relation to tetrahydroiso-alpha-acids. JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF BREWING. 2000;106(3):169–78.
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DE COOMAN, L, G AERTS, H OVERMEIRE, et al. “Alterations of the Profiles of Iso-alpha-acids During Beer Ageing, Marked Instability of Trans-iso-alpha-acids and Implications for Beer Bitterness Consistency in Relation to Tetrahydroiso-alpha-acids.” JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF BREWING 106.3 (2000): 169–178. Print.
@article{134158,
  author       = {DE COOMAN, L and AERTS, G and OVERMEIRE, H and De Keukeleire, Denis},
  issn         = {0046-9750},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF BREWING},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {169--178},
  title        = {Alterations of the profiles of iso-alpha-acids during beer ageing, marked instability of trans-iso-alpha-acids and implications for beer bitterness consistency in relation to tetrahydroiso-alpha-acids.},
  volume       = {106},
  year         = {2000},
}

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