Food & Beverage
Supplying essential detergents and sanitisers suitable for use in any situation where anti-bacterial activity is required. Helping you to safeguard quality and save money.
- Brewery Hygiene >
- Finings >
- Processing Aids >
- Enzymes >
- Yeasts >
- Dairy >
- Brewery Miscellaneous >
- Bakery >
- Meat & Food Processing >
- Kegs >
To get in touch with our team please contact us on 01604 879 831 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively our postal address is: Unit 5, Milton Trading Estate, Gayton Road, Northampton NN7 3AB
Is there a container charge or a deposit?
No, we do not charge for containers. We collect and recycle containers on a regular basis.
Dextrose, along with other sugars, is consumed by yeast during fermentation and in turn yeast release alcohol, carbon dioxide, and flavour and aroma active compounds. Dextrose is the fermentation sugar first utilised by yeast at the outset of fermentation, so by the end of fermentation it is rarely present in beer above sensory threshold.
Dextrose Monohydrate – Dextrose Brewing Sugar suitable for all brewing requirements. For use in beers, lagers, wines, ciders and spirits, for both the primary fermentation and priming bottles/barrels. 25kg only £29.50.
A simple Product Use & Safety chart can help prevent accidents – and also save breweries money by ensuring correct dosages are used.
Used in combination with our safety wear, our colour-coded bunds and lock clips on containers of hazardous substances, they’ll help to reduce the guesswork and dangerous practices that can result in accidents, wasted time and hard cash disappearing down the drain.
As part of unified approach to brewery safety, why not also ask about the chemicals training on offer from Niche? In the last week, our roving micriobiologist Paul Browning has held training sessions for head brewer Lorenzo and seven staff at Redchurch Brewery, and also with head brewer Jamie and staff at Abbeydale Brewery.
Ask about a Product Use & Safety chart and chemicals training for your staff when you’re placing your next order!
Pic below: Paul Browning talking cleaning procedures with Jamie at Abbeydale Brewery